The Washington governor used the address to call for efforts on mental health, orca recovery and education.
Voters across the state want to see solutions. Lawmakers have at least a dozen.
Days before the beginning of the Legislature, both parties agree that something must be done.
In an all-staff email, SPD leadership said detectives would be retrained to possibly fill-in for lacking patrol staff.
While the governor's approval rating is at an all-time high, more than a third of Democrats polled say they aren't likely to back a presidential run.
Respondents identified social services as a high priority for the state Legislature, while climate change and orcas lagged.
A look at the political landscape as we enter the 2019 city council elections, which are poised to attract larger numbers than usual.
First responders are planning "for armageddon, worst case scenario" when the Alaskan Way Viaduct closes for three weeks.
Washington Democrats may introduce a bill to address pay inconsistency and legal protections for dancers.
Neither landlords nor tenants are panicking. Yet.
While the Highway 99 shutdown is scheduled to last three weeks, the council member wants to make free transit permanent.