A professor who serves as a lead consultant on implementing Washington state’s marijuana law has suggested that the U.S. Department of Justice enter into contracts with both Washington and Colorado
The National Weather Service says a weak front moving across Washington is bringing some light rain to Western Washington and a chance of showers Friday and Saturday in Western and Eastern Washington.
The Seattle Police Department confirms officers will distribute information about upcoming marijuana laws via stickers on bags of chips.
An Eastern Washington blueberry farm and packing house has been sued by the U.S. Department of Labor in a dispute over inspections by wage and hour investigators.
The federal government has indicated there are problems with the system Washington state uses to deliver mental health services, and officials say hundreds of millions of dollars could be at risk unless changes are made.
Washington state is getting a new officer — one who will protect and serve killer whales. Federal funds will allow the Washington Fish and Wildlife Department to hire an officer to enforce laws protecting Puget Sound orcas.
Federal agents are raiding a number of medical marijuana dispensaries in the Puget Sound region.
Higher education budgets are getting their first increase from the Washington general fund since 2009, and with that boost, comes a mandated one-year tuition freeze that provides a welcome break for those paying for college.
A Vancouver man who fired a shotgun in the air to chase away car prowlers says he was following the advice of Vice President Joe Biden.
Substance abuse experts are concerned that such increasingly popular, extremely potent and potentially dangerous pot extracts will be sold and that state regulators’ interpretation of the recreational marijuana law will allow people to buy vastly more hash than they need for personal use.