Two in Forks plead guilty to trafficking sister

The couple was verbally abusive, forced the woman to work and would not let her go anywhere alone.

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Judge: Lawmakers’ emails, texts subject to public disclosure

News organizations had sued to challenge the Legislature’s claim that members were exempt.

State leaders suggest limiting pain-med supply to 7 days

7 bills have been introduced in an attempt to reduce the number of Washington’s opioid-related deaths.

24 years ago, former Idaho resident attacked Nancy Kerrigan

Now he’s back in the consciousness of Americans with the recent release of “I, Tonya.”

Women’s March to shun video speech by McMorris Rodgers

The Eastern Washington congresswoman might not have expected a welcoming audience at the march.

Ex-Seattle reporter gets 3 years in prison for rape scheme

Prosecutors say the plea deal was reached because the women weren’t able to recall the details.

60 flee bed bugs at Bremerton shelter, preferring rain

After the news reached social media, people drove out in their pajamas to drop off supplies.

State Senate passes bill protecting students’ free speech

The measure now heads to the House, where it failed to gain traction last year.

Washington Senate passes Voting Rights Act

Cities and counties can be legally challenged to switch from at-large to district elections.

Senate passes conversion ban, transgender bullying bills

The legislation would ban therapists from trying to change a minor’s sexual orientation.

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