Six EA-18G Growler jets and 240 Navy personnel from NAS Whidbey headed to Europe on Monday.
The elevated train has outlasted its critics, whooshing on pneumatic tires from Seattle Center to downtown.
Davyd Klimov, originally from Ukraine, is helping his wife escape from afar.
The city resumes a 72-hour parking limit, which means rigs used as living quarters must be moved. Many don’t run.
Gov. Jay Inslee signed SB5615 into law during a ceremony held Monday afternoon in Bainbridge Island.
U.S. 2 was closed for about 3 hours in both directions Thursday afternoon.
The work stoppage comes just ahead of the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, set to begin April 1.
Mark Forkner was acquitted Wednesday on felony charges of deceiving federal regulators.
Relatives of a fetus can sue up to four years after it’s aborted. Rapists can’t sue, but their families can.
Scott is one of many billionaires who have promised to donate more than half of their wealth.
Employees at a Seattle Starbucks have voted to unionize, the first such vote in the company’s home city.
State law requires hospitals to absorb costs for the poorest patients. It might as well have been a secret, advocates say.
The tools, scrapers, chopping devices and hammerstones hold cultural significance for tribe.
A locally inspired bill pushes governing boards to let people keep participating from afar, even when the pandemic fades.
Moving away from mandates, officials say the next phase in Washington’s response is about “empowering” residents to keep safe.
Accountability activists are disappointed that force can still be used to temporarily detain people.
Starting April 1, fully vaccinated travelers won’t be required to complete a pre-entry COVID-19 test.
The law prevents the state from taking action against women seeking abortions and people who assist them.
Under the 2022 version, tribes have more authority to prosecute non-natives on tribal land.
Advocates for the homeless denounce aggressive measures, saying the problem is being treated as a blight or a chance for cheap political gains, instead of a humanitarian crisis.