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Federal government says Western State Hospital still does not meet standards despite improvements.
Items left at monuments to the dead in Olympia are stored in the state archives.
Americans deserve a tax code that is fair, and encourages U.S. businesses to hire more workers and invest here at home – and that’s exactly the results the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act is delivering for the middle-class families, says Cathy McMorris Rodgers.
Gun smoke filled the air and bullet casings covered the Fishtrap shooting range terrain Saturday as Jered Bonneau hosted a “Shooting with the Candidate” event, where he and about 15 of his supporters shot a variety of guns and discussed his platform, namely gun rights.
Underdog candidates in Spokane
Employers hiring under a collective bargaining agreement won’t have to ask for written authorization before deducting certain dues or fees from an employee’s salary under a new law signed Friday.
A number of separate efforts signal that elected officials recognize the urgency of the nation’s growing housing crisis.
A look at the numbers generated by 147 legislators in 60 days of the 2018 session
Dale Peinecke, head of the state Employment Security Department, resigns amid allegations of inappropriate conduct to female employees.
The head of Washington state’s Employment Security Department has resigned after an outside investigation found several employees complained about him putting his arms around them or looking at their bodies in ways that made them uncomfortable.
But there is no longer any reason for an employer to provide bookkeeping and bill paying services. And change has public sector unions scared spitless.
Sen. Maria Cantwell
People under 21 could no longer purchase tobacco or vapor products in Washington under
John Spellman, an affable pipe-smoking executive who was Washington’s last Republican governor, died Monday at age 91.
A look at some of the lawsuits against the Trump administration involving Washington State.
Spokane has a long and colorful history of “taking it to the streets” on everything from the Wobblies free speech and labor demonstrations a century ago to more recent protests on issues like abortion, nuclear arms, war and coal trains.
While much of the Northwest was trying on eclipse glasses and peeking carefully at the sun Monday morning, initiative entrepreneur Tim Eyman was trying to convince a judge that voters need more items on the November ballot that the Legislature can ignore.
A lockdown at the Washington state Capitol was lifted Wednesday after law enforcement officers responding to a report of possible gunfire didn’t find anything suspicious.
The state tax incentive for film productions in Washington is set to expire at the end of the month, and its chances of being renewed are uncertain. Without it, the series “Z Nation,” along with other television productions and movies that see an economic advantage of coming to the state are likely to seek a better deal elsewhere.
U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers and the beleaguered House leadership are squeezing lemons to pass a bill that would apparently allow insurers to do exactly what her previous legislation would have prevented: Raise rates based on an individual’s health.