Up to $1,200 is now available for thousands of low-income working Washington residents, thanks to a 2008 law that has finally been funded.
“Once again I am very appreciative to be vaccinated and boosted,” Inslee said in the statement.
State Rep. Lauren Davis, D-Shoreline, obtained a domestic violence protective order against longtime lobbyist Cody Arledge.
The Washington State Democratic Party has chosen Shasti Conrad, the former leader of King County Democrats, as its new chair.
Since the last 747 rolled out of the factory, speculation has been rife that Boeing might move some 737 Max production to Everett.
The Port of Coupeville continues to pursue ownership of the A.J. Eisenberg Airport near Oak Harbor.
NAS Whidbey Island will host several upcoming events commemorating the end of the Vietnam War.
Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant wants to add caste to the city’s anti-discrimination policy.
U.S. accident investigators disagree with Ethiopian authorities over the cause of a 2019 Boeing 737 Max crash.
A 21-year-old man wanted in the random killing of three people in Yakima early Tuesday shot and killed himself.
The case was the final obstacle to the dividend after a federal judge in Washington, D.C., rejected similar efforts.
A photography show has come under scrutiny due to an image of a man dressed as a female pirate.
The Seattle and Kent school districts’ lawsuits claim the tech giants behind TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and Snapchat target their products at children.
Labor organizers hope this will be the year that Starbucks’ U.S. workers finally negotiate a union contract. But bargaining is at a standstill and thousands of employees are still unconvinced of the union’s value.
Boeing took more than 200 net orders for passenger airplanes in December to complete its best year since 2018, but failed again to catch up with Airbus.
The state Democrats will elect a new leader at a meeting in Olympia in late January.
Meanwhile, House Republicans failed to elect a speaker. After three attempts, they adjourned and will try again Wednesday.
Bryan Kohberger was arrested for murder in the first degree in connection to the University of Idaho killings.
28-year-old Bryan Christopher Kohberger is a PhD student in criminal justice at Washington State University.
Siegall resigned after allegations that he had assaulted his now-former wife.