Saturday, March 2, 2024
The owners had closed on their purchase of the house just two days earlier. No one was hurt in the explosion.
After a second clinic tried to open, the City Council decided to stop accepting applications for new clinics for six months.
Upcoming hearings offer a preview of issues legislators will encounter when they convene in January.
A proposal calls for putting the iconic bear on a specialty plate, but it will require public support and approval from lawmakers.
Hundreds of Starbucks union workers at 15 locations across Washington joined the one-day strike.
Sen. June Robinson, D-Everett, chair of the Senate Ways and Means Committee, anticipates many conversations on how to spend it.
Climbing groups bought the parcel Monday, including Lower Lump and Inner Walls, calling it “the final big piece of the puzzle.”
The department was still investigating the cyberattack and could not say Friday what caused it.
In an announcement Friday, Franz said she decided instead to run to replace retiring Rep. Derek Kilmer who serves the 6th Congressional District.
Sen. Marko Liias, D-Edmonds, will be part of the contingent making the trip in December.
Traffic cams and ferry tracking are among the services that the incident took down.
American Indian and Alaska Native residents have the highest death rates from opioid overdoses of any racial or ethnic group in Washington.
If Boeing balks at union demands, it could face a damaging strike that would seriously set back its attempts to recover.
In the complaint filed Thursday, passengers alleged that the pilot should never have been allowed in the cockpit.
Clearing the backlog has already helped solve at least 21 sexual assault cases, according to Attorney General Bob Ferguson.
“This is not my Joe,” Sarah Stretch told reporters after attending her husband Joseph Emerson’s first appearance in federal court.
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s legal case against the thrift store chain turned out to be no bargain.
The exam supported early reports from the Miami Seaquarium, which cited kidney failure as the cause of death.
A recent study out of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver found that unconditional cash transfers can increase a homeless person’s savings, reduce the number of days a year they’re homeless and save the government money.
The former U.S. Army intelligence officer was arrested Friday at the airport in San Francisco. He’d been charged with retention and attempted delivery of national defense information.