Washington motorists wondering how much they must pay to renew their December license tabs may have to wait for weeks to get the official notice from the state Department of Licensing.
Top House members were briefed Wednesday on the investigation of Rep. Matt Shea, but release of the report to the public is not likely before next week.
A Whatcom County Superior Court judge with extensive experience as a tribal judge to become first Native American on the Washington Supreme Court.
Washington shouldn’t be a sanctuary state for undocumented immigrants, and its cities shouldn’t be allowed to declare themselves sanctuary cities, a Republican state senator running for governor said Monday.
Washington Ecology Director Maia Bellon will resign at the end of the year, she announced Monday.
“I want to keep the body for as long as I can, but when I’m done, it would just be really nice if it went on to help something else,” said Sarah Griffith, a longtime nurse interested in human composting.
Washington may see a slowing economy in the next few years, but a recession does not appear to be on the horizon, the state’s economist told legislative leaders Wednesday.
State agencies and lawmakers are looking for solutions to the loss of billions of dollars that would have come from Initiative 976.
A federal judge in Spokane became the second in two days to block the Trump administration’s new expanded “conscience rule” that would allow health care workers to refuse care for religious or moral reasons.
Voters narrowly rejecting affirmative action programs but final decision up to later ballot counts.
Low voter turnout in Pullman may put the $29 million bond for Pullman Regional Hospital to expand its facilities and services on hold.
If “The Big One” hits, the Legislature likely will have special emergency powers to respond.
Spokane voters gave a big win to Tim Eyman’s latest anti-tax initiative strictly limiting vehicle registration fees to $30 a year, according to election results Tuesday.
Lawyers disagree on whether new affirmative action programs under Referendum 88 will help or hurt veterans.
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers takes another jab at a study of the Snake River dams supported by Gov. Jay Inslee.
Mandatory impound law for DUI arrests is unconstitutional, state Supreme Court says.
The Trump administration proposed a tightening of the definition of a public charge that would allow denying the application for permanent residence to anyone who receives public benefits for more than 12 months in a three-year period. U.S. District Court Judge Rosanna Malouf Peterson issued a nationwide preliminary injunction against those changes Friday.
While Gov. Jay Inslee’s emphasis on combating climate change has helped the state land at the No. 10 spot on the list last year, the ranking represented a slight fall in the standings.
Tim Eyman’s latest anti-tax ballot measure is either a Robin Hood-like gesture for the people of Washington or a disastrous gambit that will kill the state’s necessary transportation projects. It just depends who you ask.
Constitutional amendment would expand legislative powers in catastrophic incidents.