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Lawsuit says state has violated Constitutional rights of citizens.
Former Bothell mayor Joshua Freed and initiative-pusher Tim Eyman could be the front-runners.
Hub collects links for more than 300 local resources for people affected by virus.
12 deaths in April across state
Resumption of those practices depends on adequate protective equipment and patient screening.
Restaurants may still ask customers for information that contact tracers could use to stop an outbreak.
Force of 1,371 including National Guard will assist local health districts statewide.
Justices consider cases in which three Washington state residents went rogue and didn’t vote for Clinton.
Agencies face major shortfalls in their budgets.
State Employment Security Department launches program
Social distancing has led to at least a temporary suspension of mobile blood drives.
These three citizens contend the Constitution allowed them to put country ahead of party.
From managing employee safety to finding seeds, it’s a whole new world for local farms.
Impact of COVID-19 pandemic
Officials reminded people to keep a safe distance from others, on what may be the warmest days so far in 2020.
‘I’m so, so grateful I got my life back’
Jets will depart Joint Base Lewis-McChord at 12:30 p.m. May 8 to honor workers on frontlines of COVID-19.
Makes remarks at Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee meeting
Temperatures could reach the mid-80s, with gusts of wind up to 25 mph.
A new report warns there may be billions of dollars less for programs and services in coming years.