- Print Editions
- Classified Ads
- Subscriber Center
- Photo Requests
- Site map
- About Us
A federal report that backs an FAA program of self-regulation by jet makers doesn’t instill confidence.
Bills in the Legislature and Congress would better protect consumers from the abuses of hackers and others.
The border agency needs to clarify why U.S. citizens, who had sworn an oath, were detained for hours.
Complete the 2020 census and you help allocate billions in funding and fair representation in Congress.
The Legislature has 60 days to address some weighty issues; lawmakers need to know what your want.
A revitalized Public Disclosure Commission now needs new policy tools to aid in campaign transparency.
Forestland owners have fixed nearly all of their salmon-blocking culverts; government must do the same.
A report faults the decision not to base a carrier at Naval Station Everett as originally intended.
No, not to lose weight, but to take a larger role in your community and how it functions.
Newspapers, a 51st state, vaping, vaccines and bikinki baristas were just a few of the topics addressed.
In a giving mood, I offer treasures for Boeing, Inslee, Eyman, Pelosi, McConnell and, of course, Trump.
The state’s high court ruled the act applies to lawmakers as it does to most all officials and agencies.
Gas tax revenue isn’t keeping up with road construction costs. A road-usage fee is a fair replacement.
The reported theft of $6.9 million from a Pierce County agency shows the value of financial audits.
Red-light and speed cameras have reduced injuries and property losses in other cities, studies show.
The former EPA chief helped focus problem-solving skills on issues in this state and Snohomish County.
Congress is requiring noise monitoring of NAS Whidbey’s Growler jets, offering a chance to renew talks.
Washington state’s farmers and manufacturers need timely ratification of the USMCA by the Senate.
Fewer hunting and fishing licenses are being sold, which means a loss of revenue to manage resources.
Last week’s vote by the Everett City Council could have benefits beyond a project serving homeless students.