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Rory McIlroy and Patrick Cantlay are the lone survivors to par at the BMW Championship.
Olympia Fields is playing so tough that only three players broke par in the opening round of the BMW Championship.
Sometime on Thursday night or early Friday morning, some “criminal masterminds” broke into the building on the Capitol Campus with the office for The Spokesman-Review and two other newspapers.
After State Rep. Matt Shea (R-Spokane Valley) poured olive oil on the steps of the state Capitol March 6, 2020, the Department of Enterprise Services billed Shea $4700 for cleaning up the oil, which was probably poured out during a religious ceremony. The department oversees the campus in Olympia. Shea was leading a group of supporters in a counter demonstration to that of a Satanic church earlier that same day. There is no video of Shea pouring out the oil, but authorities say he did it and should pay for the cleanup. Read the story here.
Two Facebook pages during the past week posted names, emails and phone numbers of state residents who had complained to the state about businesses allegedly violating Gov. Jay Inslee’s stay-at-home order. Some of the complainants say the Facebook posts have generated threats of violence and harassment against them.
Hundreds of people gathered at the state Capitol in Olympia on Sunday to protest Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s stay-at-home order designed to combat the spread of the coronavirus, holding signs that read “End The Shutdown” and “Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Covid 19!“
As the sun sets on another sex-ed freakout in Olympia, a question lingers: Just how malevolent do opponents of sex ed believe teachers are?
Shea started the 2020 legislative session on a defiant note Monday, continuing to refuse bipartisan calls for his resignation even as he was stripped of his committee assignments and relegated to a seat in the back of the House floor.
The nation’s opioid addiction epidemic is driving new treatment strategies, including an approach that begins with rapid access to medicine that prevents withdrawal sickness.
The Washington State Patrol is investigating after a light fixture was shattered and a knife was lodged in the door of where the state Supreme Court convenes.
About 40 people gathered at the synagogue for the announcement Thursday, including other faith leaders and members of the Temple Beth Hatfiloh congregation. Maria Pablo Matias, who fled her country because of domestic violence, attended the announcement but she did not speak and her head and face remained covered.
A proposal to loosen detention rules in Washington’s involuntary treatment act is dividing rights groups and mental health advocates in Olympia.
OLYMPIA, Wash. — Budget discussions advanced in the state Capitol on Friday, with Senate Democrats unveiling a two-year budget the same day House Democrats passed their own proposal — and both proposing versions of a new capital gains tax. Along with new funds for behavioral and mental health care, both budgets include increases for K-12 and higher education and long-term care for the developmentally disabled.
The Washington Wolf Advisory group will discuss what to do once wolves are delisted in the state during a meeting on Olympia, Tuesday and Wednesday.
It wasn’t cannabis that brought Gregory Foster and his family to Olympia one-and-a-half years ago.
The class-action suit in King County Superior Court stemmed from an April 2017 burglary at an Olympia storage facility in which someone stole a hard drive containing sensitive information on nearly 1.2 million people, including names, Social Security numbers and personal health records.
Lindsey Vonn made an uncharacteristic mistake midway down the slope and finished tied for 15th in a downhill on her return from injury. Austrian skier Ramona Siebenhofer claimed her first World Cup victory with a near-perfect run.
Today, Recompose – which would convert human remains to soil – is still just a concept. But it’s approaching reality, with scientific testing done at Washington State University and legislative support in Olympia.
A South Sound Little Caesars Pizza franchisee has been fined $42,000 for allegedly violating youth labor laws, according to the state Department of Labor and Industries.
The cat mutilations/killings attributed to the same person or persons in Thurston County now total 11, including one found Friday morning. The investigation has so far come up empty despite “hundreds of calls” and a substantial reward.