Legislators are playing a slow game of musical chairs after November's election.
Washington marks the one-year anniversary of legally recognized same-sex marriage on Friday. Officials say 7,071 gay couples had taken advantage of the right to marry as of Sept. 30, with 300 in Thurston County and 486 in Pierce County.
Gig Harbor business consultant will vie with Adam Berman and Doug Cloud to fill out the remainder of Angel's term in state House.
A gas-tax increase to fund transportation projects remains elusive at the state Capitol, but talks continue.
Local Republican Party officers could have six choices Wednesday when they meet to nominate three people for GOP Rep. Jan Angel's state House seat.
Two of Miranda Fort’s three children have different developmental disabilities that affect the way they relate to the world.
Visit that began shortly after Haiyan hit found some damage to property he owns there
A spokesman for southwest Washington Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler (BUHT'-lur) says her infant daughter was moved from a hospital to an outpatient facility last week in California, and she could be home in Camas by Christmas.
A new order issued by Gov. Jay Inslee will require healthful food and drinks in state facilities.
Washington state’s revenue outlook is holding steady as economists expect a continued trend of slow economic growth.
Supporters of an initiative to prevent the state from adopting universal background checks for gun sales have collected 340,000 signatures – more than enough to qualify for the ballot in 2014, sponsors say.
Washington Democratic Sens. Murray and Cantwell have endorsed creating special victims counsel to advocate for military sex assault victims.
Among the letters that members of Congress have received urging they take one position or another on immigration, was one signed by 13 men at the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma.
Republicans plan a vote Dec. 4 as the first step in picking a new state House member to replace Jan Angel.
The lawyer for the state Public Disclosure Commission is leaving the election-watchdog agency to become the state's open-government watchdog.
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