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Sometimes first impressions are hard to change. In the wake of filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy, Haggen is having a…
Latino Advocacy of Seattle plans a protest at police headquarters tomorrow morning.
Washington State University has record enrollment this fall, registering 29,686 students at its campuses across the state.
Some judges say the failure to provide services isn't because the hospitals can't do it, it's because they won't.
He had been arrested for shoplifting beer and cigarettes from a convenience store. Seventeen minutes later, he was dead.
The ordinance puts vaping devices in the same category as tobacco.
Faces charges of vehicular homicide and assault
The council will consider pay increases for the mayor and the council at a Monday meeting.
Striking Seattle teachers have won unusual concessions in a tentative contract deal.
As the county and city inch closer to the November election, the proposal for a new county jail is still a major issue.
About 4,000 students will move into Western Washington University’s residence halls and apartments.
Teachers, parents, students picket in Kelso as strike begins
A judge denies a request to move the trial of the father who’s teen shot and killed four friends in a high school cafeteria last fall. The father is charged with illegally possessing the gun his son used in the shooting.
Can you afford to live in Whatcom County? According to the state department of commerce, it’s the least affordable rental…
The state's unemployment rate is holding steady. August’s 5.3 rate is unchanged from July and June.
Governor Inslee invited him to Washington in recognition of the area's strong economic, academic and cultural ties to China.
Amazon is adding six months of free online access to the Washington Post for its Prime members. The deal is the latest perk Amazon is giving Prime members as it seeks to grow its membership base.
The program also cuts down on pollution, according to WWU researchers.
Chemists at Portland State University have been granted $3.5 million in federal funding to study the potential dangers of e-cigarettes.
The Seattle Times reports bankruptcy court documents show the company shedding 2-thirds of its current size.