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Home values climbed an average 12.2 percent since a year ago, the assessor says.
Washington also is considering becoming more significant by moving its primary to early March.
The state’s aerospace competitiveness study overlooks two key unknowns: labor relations and politics.
The daily sanctions in the case known as McCleary are over, but the issue is far from resolved.
Sponsors must collect and turn in the signatures of 259,622 registered Washington voters by July 6.
A group is seeking class-action status in an attempt to recover more than $240 million.
The competitive nature of the initiative and referendum season now peaking in Washington.
A legislative work group is examining ways to identify and stop someone contemplating a shooting.
Snohomish County gets $166,000, but if turnout is high this year, it might cost more.
The school district is in this position because voters didn’t support a $330.6 million bond measure.
With mediation on tap, questions remain as to who can objectively participate.
The state Public Disclosure Commission overspent for legal services by $302,000 through April.
They’ve been picketing as they plan to address the School Board, again, about reopening salary talks.
The devices, when attached to semiautomatic weapons, allow them to fire more rapidly.
What we do know is that he’s off to Iowa in June to deliver the keynote address at a party fundraiser.
The Alliance for Gun Responsibility and the NRA are each suing to rewrite the measure on restrictions.
State lawmakers have established a work group to help identify possible mass-shooters.
Twenty-nine people are throwing their hat in the ring against incumbent Democratic Sen. Maria Cantwell.
Public concern for teacher salaries may be steadfast, but patience for conflict is wearing thin.
And the state Supreme Court agrees that a condition for his probation is “unconstitutionally vague.”