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Jeremy Dowell, a man with mental health issues, was shot 10 times in a 2017 confrontation.
A special commission will soon set salaries for state officeholders, including the governor.
David Beyer, the college’s longest-serving leader, has announced he will retire when the school year ends.
The candidates agreed to televised debates in Tacoma and Spokane — unless the Senate is in session.
The agency seeks $900K to pay legal bills arising from cases against Eyman and others.
Republicans may find votes by making the election a referendum on the Democratic governor’s agenda.
The Senate candidates say they’re ready to face off in Tacoma and Spokane but timing is in flux.
Initiative 1634 would bar cities and counties from levying new taxes on food or beverages.
As a potential probe looms, the party is pushing on with a fundraiser featuring AG Ferguson as speaker.
The GOP candidate has raised little money, and state House Republicans don’t have much to help him out.
The Democratic state representative’s lawyer has threatened to file a defamation lawsuit.
Everytown for Gun Safety is providing legal services to the city as it defends a new safe storage law.
Sax posts online excerpts from investigations that produced no charges. Lovick denies allegations.
Jamyang Nhangkar, a public affairs specialist, will succeed Ted Wenta, who stepped down in July.
While those ballots don’t get counted, taxpayers still must pay the Postal Service for delivering them.
A judge has doubled the fine for the initiative promoter’s failure to produce records.
District leaders and teachers will push lawmakers for changes to stabilize budgets and avoid layoffs.
After an earlier premature announcement, very late Thursday the district said it indeed had a deal.
A new task force is tackling an old question: How best to give public access to legislators’ records.
The state Supreme Court nullified a remarkable compromise over police use of deadly force.