Hundreds of medical marijuana activists are expected at a hearing Thursday in Olympia as lawmakers weigh a proposal for reining in the unregulated system.
About 1,000 gun-rights advocates, many openly carrying rifles and handguns, rallied Saturday outside the Capitol to protest a new expanded gun background check law in Washington state.
Ralph’s Thriftway in Olympia sued the state Pharmacy Board claiming it should be exempted from dispensing the Plan B emergency contraceptive because of the owner’s religious objections.
Washington’s Supreme Court says health insurers must cover certain developmental therapies, such as those used to treat autism, if they’re medically necessary.
In the 24 hours ending at 6 a.m. Wednesday, the National Weather Service reports nearly an inch of rain (.98) fell at Sea-Tac Airport
With no statewide contests on the ballot only about 40 percent of Washington’s registered voters are expected to cast ballots in Washington’s primary election.
A state of emergency has been declared in 20 Eastern Washington counties because of multiple wildfires that threaten several hundred homes
About 200 new laws take effect this week, including one that expands state financial aid for college students who are in the country without legal status
Attorney general alleged the satellite TV company charged customers an extra dollar to recoup costs for higher business tax.
American Indian tribal members arrested while exercising their treaty fishing rights before 1975 would get the chance to clear their criminal records under a bill headed to Gov. Jay Inslee’s desk.