OLYMPIA (AP) — Aspiring marijuana entrepreneurs in Washington state have an extra day to get their business license applications in.
The state’s growers approve — providing they can ship to their apples to China.
KENNEWICK — Local FBI officials have taken over the case of a missing Kennewick teen.
The rate in Walla Walla and Columbia counties was roughly 10 percent, and Garfield County reported none.
WALLA WALLA — Nearly a year after the ink dried on Washington state’s same-sex marriage law, 7,071 same-sex couples were among the 42,408 couples who married in the state through September, the latest statistics show.
The National Weather Service has issued a wind chill warning for tonight and early Saturday.
A holiday-themed train ride ushered in the spirit of Christmas on Thursday for about 275 military family members and their supporters.
SEATTLE — A day after being sued by legally married, gay engineers, the nation’s largest freight rail carriers announced they will provide health care benefits to the same-sex spouses of their employees.
ROY, Wash. — Emergency crews have recovered the body of a feed mill worker who was buried Monday under tons of spilled corn at a collapsed grain silo, a fire chief said late Wednesday night.
SEATTLE (AP) — Gov. Jay Inslee stood with the governors of California and Oregon and a Canadian province official several weeks ago and agreed to put a price on greenhouse gas pollution and mandate the use of cleaner-burning fuels.
Last weekend’s doozy of a storm followed a classic Northwest weather script.
Exactly one month after SeaTac voters narrowly approved a $15 minimum wage for some workers, supporters of the effort will march from there to Seattle City Hall on Thursday to urge the city’s elected officials to quickly pass a similar measure.
A new report suggests that Washington state should fight drunken driving by increasing penalties and establishing random sobriety checkpoints.
SEATTLE — Washington political leaders are locked in lengthy negotiations this week as they struggle to develop an agreement to spend billions of dollars on transportation projects.
Two engineers for BNSF Railway have filed a federal discrimination lawsuit against the company — one of the country’s largest rail carriers — alleging it refuses to provide medical benefits to their same-sex spouses.
Michael Walter King went from landing his “dream job” as executive director of the now-defunct Senate Democratic Campaign Committee to busing tables at a Ballard restaurant after he was fired for embezzling at least $330,000 in campaign contributions — money he spent on booze and blackjack, according to his defense attorney.
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