Friday, March 1, 2024
Ferguson launched an exploratory campaign for governor on Tuesday, one day after incumbent Jay Inslee announced he won’t run again.
The “Sam Martinez Stop Hazing Law,” was signed Monday. The Legislature unanimously passed the measure.
House Bill 1455 seemed to have momentum in early March, but it languished in the Senate.
A judge has ruled against a suburban Seattle gun shop owner who sold high-capacity ammunition magazines despite a state ban.
The suspect, Brett Michael Gitchel, is also accused of setting the missing woman’s car on fire.
A plan is in place to return an orca that has lived in captivity for more than 50 years to her home waters.
Seattle Audubon is changing its name to Birds Connect Seattle to move away from a name with a racist legacy.
House Bill 1618 would remove time limits that have stymied lawsuits who frequently do not fully confront childhood trauma until years later.
A man found hiding in one vessel was arrested for investigation of arson, authorities said.
A King County Sheriff’s deputy was shot Monday and a person inside the residence was later found dead.
Isaiah Long, 34, of Bremerton, pleaded guilty to two counts of felony stalking Rep. Michelle Caldier.
Amtrak has restarted direct trips between Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, British Columbia.
An incident more than 60 years ago helped prompt creation of the groundbreaking emergency medical service.
The Washington state Supreme Court handed the thrift store chain Savers Value Village a unanimous win Thursday.
Breadson John was found safe in Jasper County Missouri after being missing for 8 months.
The Seattle City Council on Tuesday added caste to the city’s anti-discrimination laws, becoming the first city to pass such a law outside South Asia.
Edmonds prosecutors said there were contradictory statements on the night Seagen ex-CEO Clay Siegall was accused of domestic violence.
Seattle City Council member Kshama Sawant wants to add caste to the city’s anti-discrimination laws
District Judge Reed O’Connor in Fort Worth said federal law doesn’t give courts the power to oversee agreements that prosecutors make with defendants.
Boeing plans to outsource about a third of the eliminated positions to Tata Consulting Services in Bengaluru, India.