Judge Declines To Block Washington Cyberstalking LawDespite his concerns about its constitutionality, a federal judge declined to block Washington's cyberstalking law.
Cover Oregon: State Won't Be Affected By Ruling Cover Oregon officials say Oregonians won't be affected by a federal appeals court ruling that President Barack Obama's health care law authorizes subsidies only for people who buy insurance on exchanges established by states.
Man Who Punched Girlfriend Ordered To Write 'Boys Do Not Hit Girls' 5,000 TimesA district judge has ordered a man who injured his girlfriend to write the phrase "boys do not hit girls" 5,000 times, in addition to a maximum prison sentence.
Committee Makes Rulings On Pop Culture Vanity PlatesA committee charged with making decisions about which vanity license plates stay and which go recently grappled with two rather odd cases.
Appeals Court Rules Cop-Killer's Sister Wrongly ConvictedA state appeals court ruled Friday that the sister of cop-killer Maurice Clemmons was wrongly convicted of rendering criminal assistance, a decision that Pierce County Prosecutor Mark Lindquist said he'll appeal.
Fate of WA Liquor Initiative has Distillers in Limbo Washington's craft distillers are finding themselves in a state of limbo following a judge's ruling last week that could derail the voter-approved initiative that requires the state to get out of the liquor business.