Most waste decisions are out of reach of consumers, who have the packaging chosen for them by manufacturers.
A new law will require employers to post more pay and benefit information in job ads. A similar effort in Colorado is being met with mixed results.
Yakima County, a hotbed for voting rights cases, is at the center of yet more lawsuits after a messy state redistricting process.
Leaders of Washington state's resettlement agencies talk about how they're balancing the consecutive waves of refugees.
The King County Regional Homelessness Authority wants people who've lived through the crisis to lead work combating it.
As cyberthreats loom, districts across the country are blocking web traffic from Russia, among other safety measures.
An illegal fishing case involving Tulalip Tribal members is symbolic of bigger concerns with state interference in tribal sovereignty, Indigenous citizens say.
The state Criminal Justice Training Commission made the decision Wednesday, resolving a dispute about how far back the new law could reach.
Studies show charging child support extends family separations and can spur years of debt for parents in poverty. WA is pushing to change the practice.
A new law allows Sound Transit to run city-specific ballot measures that would fund faster project delivery, expanded service or better infrastructure.
The messages show the degree of the Legislature's involvement in redrawing political districts — a process handled by a bipartisan commission.
Juarez shares her history of advocacy, hopes for collective healing and conviction that Indigenous people must have a seat at the table.
Russia's invasion has led some Washington residents to question their relationships with loved ones who don't hold the Kremlin culpable.
Legislation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions would require methane collection systems at certain landfills.
JustCARE's funding will run out in June. The Seattle City Council could spend $10 million annually to keep the program going.