FISHING -- The road leading to the water access site on Hog Canyon Lake owned by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife in Spokane County is temporarily closed to vehicles. The gravel service road, owned and maintained by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management,...
There's a big crowd at the House Judiciary Committee's meeting this afternoon, including dozens of leather-clad motorcycling enthusiasts. The committee has a fairly long agenda; at its very end is Rep. Robert Anderst's bill to define and forbid "motorcycle profiling," so that law enforcement officers...
OLYMPIA – Legislative Republicans accused Gov. Jay Inslee of trying to scare people with the possible effects of repealing Obamacare. Inslee shot back that they should get fellow Republicans in Washington, D.C., to sign a pledge not to do anything to the law without a guarantee the replacement will be in place.
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