Monday, March 4, 2024
Rep. Strom Peterson’s measure aims to make statements inadmissible if police use deceptive tactics to get those statements.
A source says the fuselage panel that blew off an Alaska Airlines jet earlier this month was reinstalled improperly at the Boeing facility in Renton.
Yvonne Gallardo-Van Ornam called it a “little embarrassing” to have Oak Harbor Rep. Clyde Shavers “representing veterans.”
Sen. Marko Liias, D-Edmonds, is the bill’s prime sponsor and one of the Legislature’s LGBTQ+ members.
A lawsuit alleged the Island County Sheriff’s Office was responsible for “state-created danger.”
A wind storm toppled a tree onto a house, canceled ferry trips and prompted evacuations Tuesday.
“We’ve made a commitment to housing,” said bill sponsor and House Finance Chair Rep. April Berg, D-Mill Creek.
“This is a matter of fairness,” said Rep. Strom Peterson, D-Edmonds, the lead sponsor of House Bill 1062.
The aerospace giant hasn’t fixed the anti-icing system on its new, smaller version of the airliner.
Researchers hadn’t spotted the baby in recent encounters with the endangered orcas, likely making the calf just a few days old.
Rising expenses reshape 2024 legislative session agenda as lawmakers seek solutions for long-term infrastructure challenges.
A jury has cleared them of all criminal charges in the 2020 death of Manuel Ellis, who was shocked and beaten.
Few Puget Sound communities have undergone so much change so quickly, and change is never easy.
An additional 70 acres, spanning a sensitive wetland along Marsh Creek north of Sultan, will be preserved.
Lawmakers will consider his proposals when they convene in January.
The Olympic Pipeline leaked on the north side of Highway 534 just north of the Snohomish County line, closing part of the highway.
At least 29 people died unexpectedly in Washington’s state prisons from July 2022 to June 2023.
Joseph David Emerson on Tuesday was indicted on a charge of endangering an aircraft and 83 counts of recklessly endangering another person.
Inslee announced the plan Monday before meeting with treatment providers, advocates and others in Everett.
Legislation so far covers areas like insulin pricing, unemployment benefits for striking workers, and impounding vehicles for people who drive without insurance.