Obama Heads To West CoastObama will fly to Seattle for two fundraisers
Inslee Visits US House Floor During Gun Debate Sit-InInslee tweeted a picture of himself standing on the House floor Wednesday
Mega-Quake Drill To Be 'As Prepared As We Can'Washington Gov. Jay Inslee says the Northwest needs to be "as prepared as we can be" for a devastating earthquake
Washington Limits Carbon Pollution From Largest Sources"Today is an exciting day in our continued quest to provide cleaner air for Washingtonians"
Inslee Approves Harsher DUI PenaltiesInslee signed House Bill 2280 on Thursday, which will make those guilty of felony DUI, at most, spend 10 years in prison and pay a $20,000 fine.
Inslee Signs Bill Aiming To Help Former Criminals Find WorkWashington Gov. Jay Inslee has signed a bill that aims to make it easier for some people with criminal records to obtain licenses or certifications for working in various professions.
Gov. Inslee Plans To Sign 2 Education Bills In SeattleHouse Bill 1999 tells education and child welfare agencies to work together to help foster kids get a better education
Inslee To Announce Changes To I-405 Tolling, I-5 RepairsGov. Jay Inslee says he plans to announce changes to the Interstate 405 express lane tolling system
Local Agencies Prepping For Possible ShutdownWashington state agencies are working to identify which areas of government will need to cease operations if the Legislature fails to pass a budget over the next 18 days.
Police Report Says Break-in at Democratic HQ Not Random A preliminary police report suggests an Election Day burglary at the headquarters of the state Democratic Party might be something other than a routine break-in.
McKenna, Inslee, Advance to WA General Election Republican Attorney General Rob McKenna and Democratic former U.S. Rep. Jay Inslee advanced through Washington state's primary Tuesday night and will face each other on the November ballot for governor.
Social Issues Part of WA Governor's Race Debate Gay marriage in Washington state is all but certain to be decided by voters in November, but the state's gubernatorial candidates will be offsetting each other's votes on whether to uphold the new law approving same-sex unions.