Battling Demons in a Community Looking to Trump for ChangeGray's Harbor County embraced Donald Trump's call to America's forgotten corners, and flipped Republican. Yet many of those caught in the cycle of addiction did not vote.
Seattle Students Walk Out Of Class To Protest TrumpSeattle Public Schools estimates that about 2,300 students from 14 middle and high schools participated in the walkout.
Oregon Is Epicenter As Trump Protests Surge Across NationSome 4,000 protesters surged into the downtown area late Thursday night with chants like "we reject the president-elect!"
Seattle Reacts To Trump's AmericaElection parties and packed bars became somber as results flooded Tuesday night in Capitol Hill. With election results in, what's happening now in Seattle?
Washington State Election ResultsTake a look at how Washington residents decided on key initiatives and races throughout the state.
Donald Trump's Victory Sets Off Protests On Both CoastsIn Seattle, a group of about 100 protesters gathered in the Capital Hill neighborhood, blocked roads and set a trash bin on fire.
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Minimum Wage, Carbon Tax Top List of InitiativesWashington voters are deciding the fate of several high-profile initiatives, including measures that would raise the statewide minimum wage and impose the nation's first direct carbon tax.
Murray Goes For Fifth Term, Open Seattle House SeatSen. Patty Murray is vying for a fifth term in the U.S. Senate, and if the Democrat wins she would be one of the longest-serving senators in Washington history.
A Democrat Battle In the Washington 7th District, And Other Races to Watch TodayEarlier this year, Congressman Jim McDermott announced he would be retiring from his position as the Washington 7th district representative. The announcement of McDermott’s retirement set off a frenzy in the Democratic party to find a successor for the longtime incumbent of the Seattle area.
Political Groups Fight For Control of State Supreme CourtsSo far in the current election cycle, a record $14 million in independent money has been spent on television advertisements for state supreme court seats.