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Boeing and other firms rebut an auditor’s claim that it’s unclear if incentives are spurring job growth.
Cutting a confederate flag off a pickup and verbal attacks fueled a state committeeman’s suspension.
His Tuesday visit featured sit-downs with civic leaders and an education roundtable at WSU Everett.
As students return, they’ll find new leaders, new grad rules and, for some, required uniforms.
Larry Delaney, a Lakewood HS math teacher, takes the helm of the Washington Education Association.
The agreement will extend the current contract, push pay for veteran instructors to nearly $124,000.
Inslee knew vetoing a single sentence was unusual. A court may be asked to decide if it was legal.
With the cost-of-living increase, Singh’s annual salary will rise to $258,258.
He tells supporters he wants to ensure Washington remains a “progressive beacon” for the nation.
An appeals panel concluded that Colorado electors don’t have to vote for a state’s popular-vote winner.
Results of a private investigation could put the fate of GOP lawmaker in front of the House in 2020.
Incumbent Kendall Wallace and ex-councilman Jay Prueher filed to run during special sign-up period.
Oak Harbor Republican will leave office in September after nearly 17 years in the Legislature.
School board approved plan that counts on spending cuts and reserves to erase a projected shortfall.
Helen Price Johnson, a Democrat, has launched a campaign to defeat the GOP state senator in 2020.
There will be 12 on the ballot. There would be none had Democratic lawmakers passed one bill.
Eyman’s latest measure would cause state to lose hundreds of millions of dollars for transportation.
Two ex-Lynnwood councilmen will likely vie for one seat as two current members prepare to face off.
And a new law allowing folks to register and vote on Election Day didn’t get a ton of takers.
After combining for nearly 75%, the two city councilmen are likely to face-off in November.