Jerry Cornfield

Edmonds school leaders eyeing $600M bond measure for 2020

The package, which may be on February ballots, would build two new schools and replace three others.

 

They got the signatures for I-1000. They want to get paid.

Citizen Solutions wants $1.1 million it says it’s owed by backers of the affirmative action law.

 

Judge orders Eyman to reveal where he got nearly $800,000

Attorney General said the money that Eyman calls ‘gifts’ must be treated as political contributions.

 

To spur investment, marijuana businesses want rules eased

Another group has proposed a low-interest loan program, to help women- and minority-owned startups.

Inslee passes up a chance to confront corporate ‘blackmail’

The governor skipped a meeting about tax breaks he said Boeing squeezed out of the state.

High court tackles legality of Sound Transit car-tab fees

Taxpayers are suing to erase an increase in 2016 and to secure hundreds of million of dollars in refunds

This state agency’s real estate deal would benefit schools

The Department of Natural Resources might swap 27 acres of trees for a commercial parcel in Arlington.

They voted but their ballots came in too late to be counted

Snohomish County rejected 1,271 ballots in the primary. It’s a problem in every corner of the state.

‘Clawback’ could make a comeback in aerospace tax break debate

Boeing and other firms rebut an auditor’s claim that it’s unclear if incentives are spurring job growth.

‘Bullying, harassment, intimidation’: Dems penalize a leader

Cutting a confederate flag off a pickup and verbal attacks fueled a state committeeman’s suspension.

All business, all day for Gov. Inslee in Snohomish County

His Tuesday visit featured sit-downs with civic leaders and an education roundtable at WSU Everett.

Changes inside and outside the classrooms as school resumes

As students return, they’ll find new leaders, new grad rules and, for some, required uniforms.

Leader of powerful union comes straight out of the classroom

Larry Delaney, a Lakewood HS math teacher, takes the helm of the Washington Education Association.

Revised contract keeps Everett teachers Washington’s best-paid

The agreement will extend the current contract, push pay for veteran instructors to nearly $124,000.

A veto too far? Lawmakers may sue Inslee to figure it out

Inslee knew vetoing a single sentence was unusual. A court may be asked to decide if it was legal.

Edmonds CC president gets a pay bump after a busy first year

With the cost-of-living increase, Singh’s annual salary will rise to $258,258.

Inslee’s bid for third term derails plans for other Democrats

He tells supporters he wants to ensure Washington remains a “progressive beacon” for the nation.

During a news conference in Olympia on Nov. 30, 2016, Washington presidential elector Levi Guerra (center) is joined by elector Bret Chiafalo of Everett (second from right) as they announce that they’re asking members of the Electoral College to pick a Republican “consensus candidate” rather than Donald Trump. (Steve Bloom / The Olympian via AP)

‘Faithless’ electors win a critical round in federal court

An appeals panel concluded that Colorado electors don’t have to vote for a state’s popular-vote winner.

During a news conference in Olympia on Nov. 30, 2016, Washington presidential elector Levi Guerra (center) is joined by elector Bret Chiafalo of Everett (second from right) as they announce that they’re asking members of the Electoral College to pick a Republican “consensus candidate” rather than Donald Trump. (Steve Bloom / The Olympian via AP)

To expel or not to expel Matt Shea, that may be the question

Results of a private investigation could put the fate of GOP lawmaker in front of the House in 2020.

No one wanted this seat on Gold Bar council. Now two do

Incumbent Kendall Wallace and ex-councilman Jay Prueher filed to run during special sign-up period.