New data shows Washingtonians curse less than any other state in the country. The Marchex Institute analyzed more than 600,000 phone calls from the past year, looking for the frequency of curse words. The study found Washingtonians curse about every 300 conversations.
Visiting monuments this Memorial Day is a refreshing way of fostering a child’s education outside of the classroom, paying tribute to those who died in war and remembering America’s leaders.
State officials say federal automatic budget cuts will lower an unemployment benefits program for people in Washington.
Most students look forward to snow days in the winter, when school is canceled because of bad weather. But Friday, a small private school in Bellingham gave its students a day off to enjoy the sunshine.
(CBS Seattle/AP) — It’s going to be a gorgeous weekend in Washington. The sun was already shining brightly Friday and forecasters say this is going to be the warmest weekend of the year so far. […]
Grab your helmet and hit the road! Washington is the most bike-friendly state in the country for the sixth year in a row, according to the annual report by The League of American Bicyclists.
Washington lawmakers adjourned their 105-day legislative session Sunday without coming to an agreement on a new two-year budget, and Gov. Jay Inslee quickly called them to return again in two weeks to complete the work.
With just one day before the end of session, Washington lawmakers slogged through a handful of lingering bills Saturday but appeared to make little progress toward the ultimate goal of a final budget agreement.
Some members of the Seattle City Council are proposing restrictions on where marijuana sales take place in the city, according to KIRO TV.
Gov. Jay Inslee on Monday signed off on the final installment of a six-year effort to make language in the state’s copious laws gender-neutral.