States were given a narrow window to fix long-standing flaws before federal agencies divvy $42B in infrastructure funds.
After billions in telecom subsidies, it may take a new public approach to connect some 'last mile' areas like rural Grays Harbor County to broadband.
WA Recovery Watch published over 30 stories on funding delays, disparities and unspent aid. Here's what came from that reporting — and what's next.
Look up your address to check the accuracy of the maps, which could impact up to $900 million in federal aid to Washington.
A proposal from Washington's Public Works Board would limit the power of private companies' objections to stall public broadband projects.
The state Public Works Board is considering changes after private internet companies successfully objected to local government initiatives.
The Washington county's public utility district is taking advantage of federal dollars and a new state law to deliver broadband internet straight to its residents.