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Bills banning assault weapons and high capacity magazines will receive public hearings this week.
Implied violence against former President Barack Obama, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
He’s been spending an average of nearly $24,000 a month over the past year.
One of the petitioners in a landmark test of free will is an Electoral College participant from Everett.
Police are looking into possible threats against the GOP leader who suspended Shea from the caucus.
The justices said ending the use of fossil fuels in the U.S. would not slow or stop climate change.
The Clean Air Rule had been struck down by a lower court after it was challenged by business groups.
Gov. Inslee will appoint a new justice who must run in the November election, and then again in 2022.
Four cases have been confirmed in Snohomish County.
The bill provides stricter restrictions on the collection of ballots and more thorough audits.
The bill now heads to the House, where it stalled last year.
An avalanche at an Idaho ski resort that killed three people last week was triggered by skiers, despite the efforts… Continue reading
The governor spoke to lawmakers in his annual State of the State address Tuesday afternoon.
The software company said it has not seen any evidence of exploitation by hackers.
Rep. Laurie Jinkins will be dealing with car tabs, Matt Shea and a lot more in the 60-day session.
The measure blocks any corporation with non-American investors from giving money to candidates or to independent political-action committees.
The new speaker of the House, Democrat Laurie Jinkins of Tacoma, is a woman and gay — both firsts in the state.
John Lawler and Dean Gribble Jr. recount the hours after the crab boat went down near Alaska.
The children’s father was holding them when a wave carried them out to sea.
Eastbound traffic is closed on Highway 2 due to poor weather conditions and vehicle spin… Continue reading