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The Seattle Archdiocese has agreed to pay $1.2 million to settle a lawsuit brought by a woman who said she was molested by a priest in the 1960s and '70s.
Foes of Royal Dutch Shell's use of a Seattle terminal to prepare for exploratory oil drilling in the Arctic Ocean have attacked on two fronts.
Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead is in the Northwest, pushing for access to deep-water ports that would allow shipment of Wyoming coal to Asian markets.
The program is on track to start July 1st as scheduled.
The district says about 350 11th-graders are opting out.
Whatcom County Sheriff’s deputies say the woman behind the wheel prevented a crash.
Whatcom County Sheriff's office plans to set up emergency system
Two appointed candidates also running in hopes of keeping their spots
Major populated areas like Seattle may not feel the effects at all
Prosecutors say the deal will save taxpayers from paying for medical costs associated with Glunt's stomach cancer. But some in the community signed a petition calling for a harsher punishment.
Groups will put cash toward local public health and safety projects.
Inslee signed "Joel's Law" joined by Doug and Nancy Reuter, the parents of the man for whom the measure was named
Friday, May 15 is the last day candidates can file for the upcoming election.
A compromise reached on the last day of the regular legislative session resolved differences between competing bills in the Senate and House.
The junior parade is Friday at six.
A website announcing the Republican's campaign to challenge Gov. Jay Inslee in 2016 was live Thursday
Tugs brought the Polar Pioneer drilling rig into Seattle waters Thursday afternoon and it was moored at Terminal 5 by 5 p.m.
The State Department of Health says Tina Brightwell gave a patient too much morphine… killing her.
A new state law will require law enforcement agencies in Washington to request testing of all future sexual assault exam kits
The state opened the final stretch of the Mount Baker Highway Thursday