Records show that security officers continued to use prohibited holds on students over a year after they were banned.
The updated predictions come as Washington lawmakers draft a new two-year budget that funds schools, prisons, public lands and more.
Washington state isn’t pulling out of the Electronic Registration Information Center, but the impact might still be felt here.
Interpreter services are available but difficult to access. Lawmakers and advocates want to change that.
Servicios de interpretación están disponibles pero son de difícil acceso. Legisladores y defensores quieren cambiar esto.
A 'strange bedfellows' political alignment has brought together Democrats, Republicans, business, labor and others in search of a fix.
But the State of Washington v. Zachery Kyle Meredith ruling also urges agencies to reconsider their use of armed officers on public transportation.
Advocates say 400 turbines will threaten the sanctity of the historic Idaho location that served as an incarceration camp during WWII.
An expanded budget for the new suicide and mental health crisis line would support rapid-response teams and marketing efforts.
At the midpoint of the 2023 legislative session, here are the winners and losers so far.
They envision the neighborhood with fewer cars and more walkability, affordable housing, green infrastructure, restaurants and businesses.
While restrictions are being lifted and hospitals are no longer besieged, the pandemic's impact persists.
A 2016 bill allows schools to assist students in securing stable housing — even if they aren’t considered 'homeless' by the federal definition.
At-home sexual-assault kits are marketed as an option for survivors who may not report to law enforcement, but aren't admissible as evidence in court.
Seattle homeless outreach, child care and elder care workers are leaving for higher wages, making it harder to provide care for the city’s most vulnerable.