The agency plans a 7 p.m. meeting Monday at its Lacey headquarters to gather comment from the public and explain what’s being done.
Owen, a fifth-term lieutenant governor and former legislator, improperly mixed the business of his office with that of Strategies for Youth, his nonprofit organization devoted to discouraging youths from using drugs.
The boat ramp and Bresemann Boulevard South in Spanaway Park will close starting Monday for pavement work designed to improve the quality of Spanaway Lakes water.
Senate Democrats’ Kennedy Fund gave $252,000 to a PAC calling itself Real Representation in the 35th, but the recipient gave back $225,000 on Sept. 4.
This year’s record-setting season of wildfires in Washington has burned six times as many acres as usual, state officials said Wednesday.
Griffith will leave Pierce Transit three months earlier than she had announced in July.
The Olympia Democrat takes advantage of his financial edge to go on the airwaves, which challenger McDonald’s campaign will be hard pressed to match.
The $1 million job is the third phase of work to repair mortar and clean stonework at the Legislative Building.
Donated foods collected at two locations will go to the Emergency Food Network in Pierce County.
The station selection means Sound Transit can now apply for federal grants for the $165 million project.
The Tacoma City Council could approve seven stops for the proposed 2.4-mile Link light rail expansion at its Tuesday meeting.
Social and Health Services Secretary Kevin Quigley says calls are up by 10 to 15 percent to Child Protective Services hotlines, and costs also are running higher than budgeted in welfare-related programs.
If approved, changes would go into effect next month.
New human resources report says Washington state government’s staffers are also older, whiter and less likely to have a disability than the private workforce.
Two state employees say they were demoted after exposing skewed statistics about an effort to reduce prison violence.
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