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Inslee said he was “cautiously optimistic” that most people would choose to get the vaccine.
Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal had claimed his challenger, Maia Espinoza, defamed him.
Secretary of State Kim Wyman said there have not been any breaches of the state’s election system so far.
Someone flung a bucket of liquid at the man, who drew the gun. He told officers his eyes burned.
The Seattle office of the FBI says there are “no credible threats at this time.”
The city’s civilian-led Office of Police Accountability has released reports on several summer incidents.
Restoring destroyed salmon habitat is the key to regaining Southern Resident killer whale numbers.
Entomologists were finally successful in finding the nest by attaching radio trackers to three hornets.
Both said they would not seek reelection as governor if the current governor left office.
Incumbent Democrats face challengers who talk about immigration, federal spending and term limits.
The Justice Department has threatened to slash federal funding to the three cities.
The last three-term governor in Washington was Republican Dan Evans, from 1965 to 1977.
Unlike most previous GOP candidates for the state’s top office, he is a first-time politician.
The state is working with local government, health care providers and others.
Maia Espinoza, 31, is challenging incumbent Chris Reykdal, 48. They are both parents — with divergent views.
There is no treatment for wild bighorn sheep, and no preventative vaccine.
Carmen Best retired from the police department amid a controversy over proposed budget cuts.
State climatologist says the declining snowpack threatens water supplies as population grows.
The 110 officers leaving marks the highest total since at least 2012.
Homophobic slurs and hateful messages were left outside the home of Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan.