The flights were banned from Boeing Field by county government. Could the same happen in Central Washington?
The amendment was approved following a false story told by Sen. Tim Sheldon of an abduction in Mexico, implicating financial disclosure forms.
Chief Technology Officer Saad Bashir is making good on his promise to 'question and simplify every internal IT process.'
State treasurers are the latest group asking that Congress allow marijuana businesses to use bank accounts in states where sales are legal.
In the last three weeks, Municipal Court Judge Ed McKenna has been removed from 10 times as many cases as all six of his colleagues.
The federal judge said the city and the department have fulfilled nearly every requirement of an agreement with the Department of Justice to overhaul the department — but concerns remain.
As countries vie for resources and shipping lanes, the U.S. has commissioned a new ice breaker. It could call Puget Sound home.
Improved reporting may explain some of the four-fold increase. Still, one council member wants to make hate crimes easier to prosecute.
City leaders in Yakima are now discussing whether they want to continue to service the federal agency.
The bill from Councilmember Lisa Herbold comes as she accuses opposing attorneys of "changing the terms of negotiation."
A female journalist accused Mike Rosenberg of sending inappropriate messages via Twitter. Rosenberg says, “They weren’t supposed to go to her.”
A new Crosscut/Elway Poll finds that newcomers are more likely pro-Amazon, while longtime residents are more inclined to feel left behind.
But officials aren’t celebrating, pointing to the 11,199 people still living without permanent shelter and another study that shows the number may be higher.
Outdoor gear store Ascent Outdoors, a cornerstone of Seattle's recreation community, permanently closed on April 27.
People of color were more likely to be frisked, but white people who were searched were more likely to be found with a weapon.
Anti-Semitic incidents in Washington state have increased by 60 percent, according to a new report by the Anti-Defamation League.