SEATTLE (AP) — When the currently stalled Highway 99 tunnel project in Seattle is completed, drivers could face an all-day $1 toll, with an increase to $1.25 during peak hours.
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers said Thursday an overhaul of the nation’s immigration laws still has a shot in 2014.
SALEM — The Oregon Senate on Thursday set the wheels in motion for studying the possibility of Internet voting, with proponents arguing the state could become a national pioneer as it did with vote by mail.
The Office of Secretary of State invites students in grades 4 and 5 to enter the 2014 Voters’ Pamphlet Art Contest. This year’s contest theme is “Happy Birthday, Washington!” to celebrate the 125th anniversary of statehood.
An Oregon State Police traffic stop Thursday afternoon along Highway 140W near Lakeview led to the arrest of a Portland man after the trooper discovered approximately 117 pounds of marijuana in a safe in the vehicle, according to a news release.
Harry Bailey’s decision to change an officer’s one-day suspension to additional training for threatening to harass a journalist for The Stranger newspaper drew sharp criticism from the journalist.
Interim Seattle Police Chief Harry Bailey has overturned a disciplinary action imposed on an officer who threatened to harass a journalist, reducing the officer’s one-day suspension to the lesser penalty of additional training.
Tammy Fickle never thought her family needed to worry about the flu, until it nearly took her husband’s life.
Oregon’s ban on same-sex marriage is “indefensible.”
A Kennewick teen suspected of stabbing a man to death Christmas Eve made his first court appearance Thursday afternoon.
An estimated $113.6 billion is the new price tag for completing the remaining Hanford nuclear reservation environmental cleanup, plus some post-cleanup oversight.
A grand jury has refused to indict an Eastern Oregon man in a killing that investigators concluded was likely self-defense during a robbery attempt, prosecutors said Wednesday.
CRYSTAL MOUNTAIN, Wash. (AP) — The ski patrol at Washington's Crystal Mountain Resort says a Seattle skier died when he apparently suffocated in a tree well.
Whether the vessel is a cruise ship, a catamaran or a tugboat, the marine community in Washington may be facing expensive changes that could help clean up some prime Seattle-area boating spots.
The series of winter storms that dumped enough snow since Friday to delight skiers and frustrate mountain-pass drivers also brought the mountain snowpack much closer to normal for this time of year, after a relatively dry January.
Hanford whistleblower Donna Busche was fired Tuesday from her position as manager of environmental and nuclear safety at the Hanford vitrification plant.
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