Idaho fights order to destroy wilderness wolf, elk data

The data, from tracking collars. was obtained illegally by landing a helicopter in a wilderness area.

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Gov. Jay Inslee signs abortion insurance bill

Washington insurers offering maternity care must also cover elective abortions and contraception.

Washington state’s electric vehicle sales tax break to end

The current exemption expires in June 2019 or once 7,500 electric vehicles have been registered.

Child porn found in forest treehouse and Mill Creek home

Daniel Wood, 56, has been charged with two counts of possession of child pornography.

Governor signs package of voter access bills

Under one of the measures signed Monday, people can pre-register to vote starting at age 16.

250 animals seized from ‘deplorable’ farm near Tacoma

Investigators took miniature horses, dogs, cats, rabbits and about 200 birds into custody last week.

Protesting kayakers return in Seattle to protest pipeline

Among other things, activists are concerned about the oil industry’s use of barges pulled by tugs.

State website helps people, businesses shop retirement plans

The Washington Department of Commerce said the online portal is the first of its kind in the nation.

Court gives more time to determine murder suspect competency

Psychologist will test whether the accused is exaggerating symptoms of mental illness.

Tacoma police arrest man with rifle threatening others

The motel was evacuated and nearby schools were placed in lockdown as a precaution.

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