On the day 2 million more Washingtonians became eligible for the COVID vaccine, Gov. Jay Inslee announced every adult will be able to get in line for a shot well ahead of President Biden’s May 1...
The city council approved a ‘right to counsel’ law on Monday, meaning all qualifying tenants facing eviction will be given legal representation.
Republicans favor criminalizing drug possession again, but some warn against a return to the ‘war on drugs.’
As Catholic hospital mergers increase, a Senate bill deals with the care and decisions involved when a pregnancy goes wrong.
Billions in federal aid, plus rebounding state revenue, leave legislators in a good position. Democrats are still looking to collect more in taxes.
Lawmakers say connecting unpaid parking tickets to license suspensions amounts to punishing the poor.
Once known for having some of the lowest vaccine rates among local public school districts, it now has among the highest COVID vaccine rates in King County.
A federally appointed monitor is raising questions about the council’s budget decisions.
A Crosscut reader asked: How does the state track vaccines by race? By asking patients and providers, which means the data can be incomplete.
While some police reforms are advancing, efforts to create stronger community oversight boards and make it easier to sue police for misconduct have stalled.
Pandemic relief, climate change, taxes and more — here’s what we’re watching halfway into the session.
The Seattle Indian Health Board, which has been vaccinating Seattle teachers and those over 50 for a while now, shares why some of its strategies have been so successful.
Among those who can get a vaccine starting March 31 are restaurant and construction workers, and anyone above age 60.
Farrell ran for mayor in 2017 and came in fourth place.
While some school districts in the state haven’t figured out how they will spend federal dollars, others are using the money to hire more teachers.