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Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced this week he is leading a coalition of states that filed a lawsuit Tuesday in federal court in Washington state challenging changes at the U.S. … more
Family, friends, fellow law enforcement officers and the Lewis County community as a whole got its opportunity Wednesday to formally pay  respects to a local Washington State Patrol Trooper Justin … more
There were no bugs buzzing around the lights in the parking lot. Sitting in his car outside the Shadle Park Walmart on a muggy July night last year, Darren McCrea suddenly took note of the … more
As a law student at Gonzaga University, Allison Drescher spent three years preparing for the bar examination -- two consecutive days of multiple-choice questions and complicated essay prompts that … more
Washington has joined a multistate lawsuit against the Trump administration, alleging the federal government is reducing state government authority in determining whether a building project will … more
OLYMPIA — Washington leaders should look for ways to make the state's economy stronger by making it more equitable as it recovers from the pandemic, the head of a national center on growth told a … more
While driving to work on a recent morning, Spokane County Health Officer Bob Lutz saw people holding signs that read "Lutz is nuts" and "Lutz is a tyrant." Lutz, who has had to make a string of … more
The state is at a standstill. With counties not allowed to advance in his reopening phases, Gov. Jay Inslee has one message for residents: Wear a mask. In a news conference Thursday, Inslee … more
Three candidates will take on Republican incumbent Secretary of State Kim Wyman in the Aug. 4 primary, and as COVID-19 forces the country to rethink voting systems, election reform is on candidates' … more
U.S. Secretary of the Interior David L. Bernhardt announced Tuesday at a roundtable with community members in Omak, Washington, that the Department of the Interior will not move forward with a new … more
WASHINGTON — In a ruling issued Wednesday, the Supreme Court upheld a Trump administration policy that lets employers opt out of a requirement under the Affordable Care Act to provide health … more
For the second election cycle in a row, the race for Washington's lieutenant governor post has drawn a large and diverse field of candidates for a job that straddles the executive and legislative … more
Three presidential electors in Washington who refused to vote for Hillary Clinton after she carried the state in the 2016 election can be fined $1,000, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday. In a … more
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