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UPDATED: Thu., Feb. 15, 2018, 2:21 p.m.

Senate votes to end death penalty in Washington

Senate votes to replace death penalty with life without parole in all cases.

Price tag for community colleges’ new IT system goes up $45 million

The troubled information technology system for Washington community colleges will cost another $45 million.

UPDATED: Tue., May 9, 2017, 11:23 p.m.

Washington bill would remove state ban on nuclear attack planning

A 1984 prohibition on including nuclear attack preparations in Washington state’s emergency management plans would be removed under a new bill introduced by two lawmakers.

Spin Control: Washington Senate to John Wayne Trail: No park bond money for you

John Wayne Pioneer Trail would be shut out of money from $500 million park restoration bond issue.

UPDATED: Wed., Feb. 8, 2017, 11:05 p.m.

As Washington’s homeless problem grows, senator and advocates debate solutions

Senator, homeless advocates disagree on how to tackle growing statewide problem.

Different experiences provide contrast in auditor’s race

SEATTLE – One is a state senator with a background in conducting audits. The other runs one of Washington’s biggest county governments. So which kind of experience is more important …

Candidates for Washington state auditor vow to restore credibility

SEATTLE – Restoring the credibility of the Washington State Auditor’s Office tops the list of priorities for those seeking to replace departing Auditor Troy Kelley, whose term was marred by …

Inslee demands answers from state auditor

OLYMPIA – State Auditor Troy Kelley, who turned down a request to appear before a legislative committee Wednesday, got a new request for information from elsewhere in the Capitol. Gov. …

No money for state agency assessments

OLYMPIA – The state attorney general’s office will weigh in on a potential fight between the Legislature and the executive branch over the meaning of three little words: “within available …

Two state auditor hopefuls mix it up

The filing deadline is still a couple of weeks away, but candidates barked at each other Thursday night in their bid to become the state’s top watchdog. State Rep. Mark …

Porn tax proposed to buttress budget

OLYMPIA – Washington has long had sin taxes, but they’ve usually been on things like tobacco, liquor and beer. Now, with Washington facing a big budget shortfall, a state lawmaker …