Portland Water Bureau proposes settlement with ratepayers

Ratepayers say city spent money on initiatives not related to providing water and sewer services.

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Judge: Lawmakers’ records are subject to public disclosure

News organizations, including The Herald, had sued to challenge the Legislature’s claim it was 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.

Judge set to rule in Washington legislative records case

The news organizations say lawmakers’s records should not be excluded from certain disclosure rules.

Stansfield Turner, who led CIA reforms, dies in Seattle

He was CIA director under President Jimmy Carter. He was 94.

In this Dec. 20, 2017, photo, a clerk reaches to a shelf to pick an item for a customer order at the Amazon Prime warehouse, in New York. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)
Amazon’s potential HQ2 sites leaves many cities disappointed

And yet, some municipal leaders are looking at the bright side of being rejected.

Procession, memorial honors slain Washington state deputy

About 1,500 law enforcement personnel and 650 patrol vehicles participated in the Tacoma procession.

Umbrella mistaken for rifle causes Kirkland hospital scare

The man recognized himself in a photo that was sent out and contacted hospital security.

Man charged with killing cousin, putting remains in suitcase

A woman reported finding human remains in the suitcase outside a Tukwila apartment complex.

Rep. Newhouse urges state of emergency for Rattlesnake Ridge

Some sort of landslide event is projected for early March, based on estimates from geologists.

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