More small stores in Washington would be allowed to sell liquor under a proposal Wednesday from the state Liquor Control Board. It was reported that this proposal
Four Olympia city workers have been disciplined after an investigation into allegations of improper sexual behavior, harassment, and misuse of city time and equipment.
The Washington state Administrative Office of the Courts was hacked in February, and up to 160,000 social security numbers and 1 million driver license numbers
Closing arguments are expected Thursday in Everett in the aggravated murder trial of an inmate accused of killing Monroe Reformatory corrections officer Jayme Biendl
A proposal for an Ultrafine Particle study in Jefferson and Clallam Counties has made its way to the House's Operating Budget, but has yet to make on the Senate's
The residential real estate market continues to improve in Washington. A new report from the University of Washington says that sales of existing homes rose 14.7
State Elections Division Director Lori Augino announced the results for this Aprils special election have been certified. The special election concluded April 23. Statewide,
For candidates throughout Washington, including local offices and three State Senate seats, it all begins Monday morning with the launch of Filing Week. For state offices,
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