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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
Gov. Jay Inslee and Attorney General Bob Ferguson want “to combat mass shootings in Washington state.”
Emergency winter-weather shelters were set to open in Snohomish County on Thursday night.
One senator says it’s wrong to take reserve money to pay for things that will require ongoing funding.
The Silver Mountain skier knew his best bet was to stay calm, but the odds looked long.
The social media giant wants to build a landing spot for an undersea cable connecting America with Asia.
Civil rights groups say dozens of people were detained and questioned for up to 11 hours in Blaine.
An investigation found mold at the hospital, but also found no evidence of deficient practices.
Skiers had flocked to the ski resort after 13 inches of snow had fallen since it was last open.
Gusting winds knocked the crane over after workers prematurely removed pins holding sections together.
This year it’s a 60-day session in Olympia. Democrats control everything.
The toll includes two children.
The Customs and Border Protection said the claims that people were denied entry to the U.S. were false.
A former Whatcom County Superior Court judge has joined the Washington Supreme Court.
More than 60 Iranians and Iranian Americans were questioned Saturday as they tried to reenter the U.S.
They disrupted a rally by Washington Three Percenters, a far-right group that had reserved space.
The 25-foot Trailerable Aids to Navigation Boat capsized just after 11:30 a.m. Saturday in Astoria.