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Bills on both recreational and medical marijuana
Would cost billions to add them all
Dept of Ecology took contaminated soil samples, but area otherwise cleaned up
Center says increase in calls may just be more people feeling safer about getting help
Washington workers making more per hour than South Carolina workers
Cantwell met with first responders yesterday to hear their concerns.
Knitted Knockers have been flying off the shelves since the group started knitting years ago. And now they need your help.
AP investigation reveals more than 260 perimeter breaches nationwide in last decade
Annual fundraiser provides over $24,000 for beefing up food banks
If money is there, he'd like to have 20 to 30 more body cams
Deafening vibrations felt up to 5 days a week from miles away
District voters will decide on $48 million in school improvement bonds.
KGMI News Reporting By Peter Wagner LYNDEN, Wash. – Part of the lineup for this year’s Northwest Washington Fair has…
Mel Hansen says 16 years on the council is plenty
The natural resources conservation service says the April 1st report found the statewide winter snowpack at only 22 percent of normal, shattering the previous record of 33 percent of normal set in 2005.
2020 Solutions: Lower prices drawing customers away from black market to buy legal pot
Tribe says railway violating a 1991 agreement
Incident happened in late August 2014
A jury unanimously found the owners of Pacific Coast Foods guilty of denying minimum wage and overtime pay to over 100 employees.
Representative Ryan Zinke wrote to Governor Inslee and says the project would create thousands of jobs in our state.