Pride Flag Raised In Front Of Washington CapitolGov. Jay Inslee was joined by members of Capital City Pride and others from the LGBT community Wednesday
Senate Rejects Constitutional Amendment On Tax IncreasesCurrently, taxes can be raised when 25 of the Senate's 49 members approve them
Psychologist Suspended 10 Years After Seeking Sex With MinorU.S. Attorney says Wulf expressed a desire to have sex with an undercover agent's fictional 12-year-old stepdaughter
Gun Rights Rally Held In OlympiaAbout 100 people gathered on the steps of the Capitol to urge lawmakers to protect gun rights
Attorney General Rules Minimum Wage Surcharges Must Be Disclosed To CustomersThe attorney general said he wants to make sure customers understand what they're paying for.
Overtime: Washington Legislature Going Into Special SessionThe House's budget chair said Tuesday Washington lawmakers will not finish their work by Sunday's deadline and will need a special session to work out the details on the state budget and adequately paying for public education.
Alleged Robber Found Carrying Loot In Dollar Sign BagPolice in Olympia, Washington nabbed a robber who was carrying his loot around in a canvas bag marked with a large dollar sign.
Kelley: My Actions Have Been 'Lawful And Appropriate'Washington state auditor Troy Kelley says he has fully cooperated with federal officials on questions related to financial activities at a business he previously owned.
Zombie Lobby Descends On OlympiaCast and crew members staged a mock zombie apocalypse at the Capitol as they lobbied in support of a measure to expand a tax incentive program designed to lure more TV and movie production to Washington state
Washington State Panel Mulls Bill To Trim Vaccine ExemptionsPersonal or philosophical opposition to vaccines would not be an authorized exemption for the parents of school-age children under a measure that received a public hearing before a House committee on Tuesday
Bill Would End Daylight Saving Time In WashingtonSome lawmakers want to end the annual shift to daylight saving time and put Washington on standard time year around.
State Aims To Share Marijuana Taxes With CitiesWashington legalized marijuana more than two years ago, but in much of the state, there's still no place to get the sanctioned stuff: More than 100 cities and counties have banned pot businesses, posing a big hurdle as officials try to undermine the black market.