An upgrade to the fire department at the Yakima Training Center is on the list of military projects that might be put on hold due to the president’s emergency declaration.
A new $52.6 billion budget proposal would rely on about $1.4 billion in new taxes over the next two years.
While the newlyweds reunited on a Saturday morning in Tacoma for their wedding, they now face uncertainty of what's to come.
As governor, Inslee pushed hard for Boeing to get a $8.7B tax deal. Now, as he runs for president, he compares the experience to being “mugged.”
Marco Hatch, a Coastal Salish scholar, talks about the importance of bringing indigenous knowledge to Western research — and what science loses when we don't.
State lawmakers looked to Europe and California for a data privacy model. But advocates say Washington's bill appears weaker.
The math has been a little fuzzy, but what happened when Oregon and California adopted a new low-carbon fuel standard can offer a few clues.
While monitoring wildlife in the Washington wilderness, researcher Clint Robins found his athleticism was as important as his GRE score.
Cascades Volcano Observatory needs to build more monitoring stations — and as much as $55 million in federal dollars could go a long way.
The old Boeing used to be innovative and play the long game.
The state's new sliding-scale approach to funding parks and recreation makes new improvements attainable for underserved communities.
Following a U.S. Supreme Court decision, the Washington Legislature must find the funding to rebuild the salmon-blocking structures.
To reach customers, makers of Washington spirits say they need more tasting rooms and fewer serving limits.
As an atmospheric scientist for Washington’s Department of Ecology, Ranil Dhammapala has become one of the state’s go-to smoke experts — especially now, amid a rash of intense summertime wildfire...
With more money and added pressure to get the census right, Mayor Jenny Durkan's task force says it will focus on immigrants and other vulnerable populations.
What Jay Inslee can learn from former Sen. Henry M. “Scoop” Jackson, who mounted his own presidential run.