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Washington state has a budget for the next two years. The government has not shut down. So why haven't state lawmakers gone home for summer vacation?
St. Joseph Hospital workers took one day-strike over contract back in May
You can still use charcoal for BBQ
County executive asks people to make other plans for celebration
He was fired, following a second alcohol-related incident.
Authorities released the files to relatives of Antonio Zambrano-Montes on Tuesday, a day before they were to be released to the public.
A semi-truck full of hundreds of gallons of fuel caught fire at a Marysville gas station Tuesday afternoon.
The Girl Scouts of Western Washington says it has returned a $100,000 donation because it came with the provision that the money couldn't be used to support transgender girls.
The Snohomish County Fire Marshal's office says a fatal brush fire on the Tulalip Indian Reservation spread from outdoor vegetation burning.
State officials say a wildfire that has burned across nearly 5 ½ square miles of sagebrush and grass near the town of Mansfield in central Washington is 50 percent contained.
A decision this week to cut tuition for Washington state's public universities by 15 to 20 percent over the next two years is a rare move.
Sleep Hollow fire has burned dozens of homes
Study says pier is unsafe and failing
As many as a dozen brushfires on I-5 southbound between Marysville and Mount Vernon may have been an act of arson.
The Bellingham Fire Department quickly got the upper hand on a fire that broke out in bushes in front of a home on Samish Way Tuesday morning
Met by Arctic drilling protesters
All received the Silver Platter Award
Four people were able to leave safely.
Officials are now saying between 24 and 28 homes were burned in a fast-moving wildfire in central Washington.
Seattle police say a 25-year-old woman was knocked unconscious when a small drone aircraft crashed into a building and fell, striking the woman in the head.