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Gov. Jay Inslee and Corrections Secretary Steve Sinclair on Thursday scolded inmates involved in a major disturbance at ...
“Family meal” is what restaurants call the supper that the whole staff eats together before dinner service starts — a time of ...
All these warm, beautiful days this week, after such a long stretch of dreary, cold, wet weather in winter and early spring — ...
Nearly 171,000 Washington residents joined the swelling ranks of the state’s unemployed last week as the coronavirus pandemic ...
Tim Eyman, the longtime anti-tax activist and initiative promoter, has until April 19 to pay $270,000 in fines and attorneys’ ...
Before any contractors can reinforce and repair the cracked West Seattle Bridge, the city first needs to confirm it won’t ...
Last month, after two elderly residents of the Marysville nursing home where Deanna Price works came down with flu-like ...
When U.S. Rep. Denny Heck announced his retirement from Congress in December, the Olympia Democrat said he was fed up with a ...
Nearly 1,000 patients in Washington hospitals have confirmed or suspected diagnoses of COVID-19, according to a new tally that suggests earlier state surveys significantly undercounted these ...
State and local police brought a large disturbance at Monroe Correctional Complex under control Wednesday evening, after a ...
When a hepatitis A outbreak struck San Diego’s homeless population more than two years ago, experts and advocates worried it ...