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Although abortion rights are already codified in state law, Gov. Jay Inslee announced ‘sanctuary bills’ to protect patients and health care providers.
The state's largest encampment, home to nearly 450 people, began as a protest but has become a microcosm of housing and homelessness issues nationwide.
Why Britain and the U.S. nearly went to war over a dead pig.
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Should the San Juan Islands be on the British or American side of the border? In 1859, the two countries nearly battled over it.
People gathered on Monday night — some for the first time since 2019 — to celebrate the Hindu Festival of Lights.
Creepy crawlies, eerie paintings, art for Día de los Muertos and more ways to celebrate the spookiest season.
Declared dead just a decade ago, analog photography is finding a new generation of fans on TikTok and Instagram. Seattle film shops are feeling the surge.
The U.S. Treasury pulled funds from jurisdictions that didn't meet the deadline to distribute at least 20% of their most recent allocation.
Since 2003, there has been bipartisan support among legislators to patch the state's mandatory-reporter law exemption.
Both candidates say public safety is their primary concern. But reform-oriented Leesa Manion and tough-on-crime Jim Ferrell have divergent paths in mind.