The state is adding lots of jobs, but tech layoffs and fewer openings hint at an economic slowdown.
Washington is still impacted by the 1933 decision, which brought the West from the frontier period into a new, modern century.
Community members met federal leaders to discuss opportunities for local businesses amid the pandemic and anti-Asian hate.
Reporter Josh Cohen discusses the city's plans — and readers' moonshot dreams — to improve the central business core.
Some experts say workers will quickly find new jobs. Others are calling the layoffs the beginning of an economic downturn.
The program aims to drop statewide greenhouse-gas emissions 95% by 2050. Will it go according to plan?
Grays Harbor's aging bridges provide community identity and maintenance challenges.
A new levee could offer protection to Grays Harbor from future climate disasters.
Gov. Jay Inslee's two-year blueprint includes adding 2,200 units of housing, with money for another 5,300 units to be approved by voters.
The attorney general’s office argued that the for-profit thrift store deceived customers by misrepresenting its charitable support.
El banco de alimentos de Ballard gastaba anualmente, antes de la pandemia, aproximadamente $300,000 en artículos comestibles. Este año, tienen planeado gastar $1.5 millones.
California investors hope to strike it rich by building a huge crypto operation in the remote town of Usk. But the community isn't so sure.
At Taylor Shellfish Farms, hiring is increasingly a challenge as skyrocketing housing costs and difficult working conditions make it hard to recruit.
Is runaway spending driving inflation? Or did a strong state response rescue the economy from COVID collapse?
The funding attracted over 50,000 applicants in two weeks, but had been postponed due to a number of factors.
Tiffany Smiley and Patty Murray spar over inflation, COVID spending and abortion in the race to represent Washington in the U.S. Senate.