State lawmakers are considering an extension of the meal program, lowering the threshold for schools to offer free school meals to all students.
Outreach providers and social workers are teaming up to combat drugs, crime and poverty in 'the Blade.'
Suciasaurus rex is on the legislative docket again — but experts are wondering about the true origins of the partial femur found on Sucia Island.
Implementing the 40-hour work week could cause a financial challenge for tree-fruit growers, where mechanization is minimal.
With hybrid work here to stay, city leaders ask: Can the central business district become a residential neighborhood?
House fees and shared tips are causing some strip-club workers to actually lose money. Can liquor licenses and increased oversight help?
A package of legislative proposals would scale up enrollment efforts and subsidize fees for some students.
Other measures include mandated gun-safety training and imposed liability on firearm manufacturers.
As final ballots from the Feb. 14 special election roll in, 57% of voters are in favor of Initiative 135.
Lawmakers are starkly divided over how to handle substance possession, even as one bill moves forward.
Of the 24,000 residents with felony records now able to vote, just 414 did so last fall. Advocates hope to increase registration and voter education.
If the legislation passes, Washington would be just the second state in the U.S. to amend its blood alcohol content limit.
The Washington Senate's Republican minority leader said he'd welcome an independent investigation into Democrats’ use of ‘legislative privilege.’
Emails obtained by Crosscut show that officials were withholding documents concerning the capital-gains tax and political redistricting.
On the Feb. 14 ballot, Seattle voters will decide whether to launch and fund publicly owned, mixed-income affordable housing.