Portland Police said due to extensive criminal and dangerous behavior, a protest against President-elect Donald Trump is now considered a riot.
Washington voters have rejected Initiative 1464, a measure that creates a publicly funded voucher system for political contributions.
Four people remained hospitalized Thursday after a man opened fire outside a convenience store in downtown Seattle, setting off an intense police search.
Two students from Silverton High School have been suspended after a pro-Trump demonstration at the school.
An Oregon sheriff who gained attention for his support of occupiers who took over the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge has been elected to another term.
Republican Secretary of State Kim Wyman has been re-elected to a second term.
Thousands of mostly young protesters rallied against President-elect Donald Trump in Portland, Oregon, disrupting traffic.
Five people were shot outside a convenience store in downtown Seattle Wednesday night, and the shooter is at large, police said.
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray said Wednesday the country had elected a leader who has “demonstrated outright misogyny” and displayed “racism and authoritarian tendencies.”
A second defendant in the Oregon ranching standoff case has asked to withdraw his guilty plea.
Potato farmers in the Columbia Basin are expecting a better-than-average harvest this fall.
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock won a second term and secured the Democrats’ 12-year hold on the governor’s office for another four years by defeating Republican challenger Greg Gianforte.
Springfield police arrested a man who they say fired a shot to celebrate the result of the presidential election.
Seattle voters Tuesday night were approving a ballot measure that would grant new rights and benefits to hotel housekeepers.
Oregonians on Tuesday shot down a state ballot measure that would have taxed companies’ sales of more than $25 million, with many voters worrying that it would hit their own wallets.
Democratic Gov. Kate Brown defeated Republican opponent Bud Pierce on Tuesday.
Seattle man has been awarded a $325,000 settlement in a racial discrimination lawsuit against an officer.
Nurses at Tacoma General Hospital are refusing to take extra shifts or voluntary overtime to protest hospital work practices.
State officials expect more than 80 percent of Washington voters to return their ballots for Tuesday’s election.
A former Missoula public school teacher and librarian has left her estate to the foundation for the Missoula Public Library’s children’s programming.