KENNEWICK — A new bill filed by state Sen. Sharon Brown, R-Kennewick, seeks to offer some relief to dock owners along the Columbia River. But a state agency said it might cause headaches for local governments.
Heidi Stuber says she knows her 9-year-old autistic son can get out of hand. On rare occasions, he’s hit and bitten people when the wrong approach is used to de-escalate a tense moment.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lost about 28,000 public comments about a controversial oil-shipping dock at a Whatcom County refinery after they were marked as “malicious spam” by an email security system.
Here’s a question for Samantha Foster, 21, of Mukilteo, future mortician. Why?
A plan to bring Washington state into compliance with tougher federal requirements for proof of U.S. residency for driver's licenses and other government-sanctioned ID has not been immediately embraced by lawmakers.
A project to restore land and improve water quality along the Palouse River is among five conservation efforts in Washington state to be funded by a new federal program.
Even though Washington state’s jobless rate climbed for the fourth month in a row in December, the number of jobs in the state continued to grow, making 2014 the best year for job growth since 1997.
Labor strife at seaports along the West Coast prompted thousands of dockworkers to rally against employers they say are trying to exploit a crisis of cargo congestion at harbors that handle about $1 trillion worth of goods annually.
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson is asking the Legislature to outlaw ticket bots — computer software that beats humans trying to buy seats online for concerts and sporting events.
Melvin Johnson is serving a triple life term at the Washington State Penitentiary, but if he somehow wins early release he'll face another three years in prison.