The moderate Democrat from Issaquah joins Attorney General Bob Ferguson and Public Lands Commissioner Hilary Franz in seeking the open seat.
Marnie Gustavson of Port Orchard has led a Kabul-based organization for 16 years, helping those on the margins of Afghanistan society.
The SPD has been under a Department of Justice ‘consent decree’ since 2012 due to excessive use of force.
State administrators overruled or helped mediate telecom objections that have previously disqualified local governments from similar grant awards.
Trains were supposed to be climate-friendly transportation. Now, extreme weather is making them less dependable.
Among those exploring bids for the 2024 election are Bob Ferguson, Hilary Franz, Raul Garcia and Semi Bird.
Local committees will still set nurse/patient ratios amid new state oversight, but workers argue the current complaint system falls short.
Laws in Oregon and Washington can be counterproductive to public safety by keeping registrants on the streets, where they are more likely to reoffend.
A year after completing his own sentence, the former president’s ex-fixer talks about the unprecedented case.
In crowded 2023 races, candidates have their work cut out to show voters they can make progress on issues such as crime and homelessness.
With 45 candidates vying for a district seat, a lot could shift this fall. Crosscut reporter Josh Cohen talks it through.
Local officials signed new contracts with The Hand Up Project after two residents died last year and former employees alleged financial mismanagement.
A compromise proposal near the end of the legislative session died after Catholics rejected the bill over religious objections.
An immigrant businesswoman and a Mariners ticket hawker faced sentencing this week over separate schemes to steal thousands in COVID-19 stimulus money.
The state is adding lots of jobs, but tech layoffs and fewer openings hint at an economic slowdown.
Amicus host Dahlia Lithwick and Brennan Center president Michael Waldman discuss SCOTUS’s history and coming decisions.