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Washington state officials say that while they don't believe a partial government shutdown will occur July 1, they are still required to start the process of notifying state employees
Fire officials say two people have been "significantly burned" in a gas-line explosion at a building under construction in Bellevue.
A Lakewood man accused of burning a 5-year-old girl who prayed for him to die has been charged with assault.
Washington's first charter school is on track to stay open for a second year.
Sheriff has apologized for a county jail inmate's "tragic death" from dehydration and malnutrition, saying it resulted from a "systematic breakdown" of jail operations.
If someone calls and tells you a warrant for your arrest will be issued unless you give the caller your social security number and/or credit card number… hang up.
The County Council holds a public hearing on Tuesday on a proposal to allow fireworks only on July 3rd, 4th, and 5th and New Year’s eve.
One man attacked the woman, police hope second man will talk to them
19-year-old Cameron Noe just learned last month she is essentially cancer-free
Undersheriff Jeff Parks says it's too early to tell the nature of the death
Airport Manger Mark Leutwiler will serve as interim Director
Dolezal was asked if she tried to mislead Howard University, City investigation admonishes Dolezal misconduct, Dolezal: 'No biological proof' she has white parents'
Michael Brewster left Harborview Medical Center in Seattle Wednesday
City and county at odds over sales tax or property tax to pay for much-needed jail
Two maritime tenants will see Fairhaven expansion
State gained 7,700 jobs from April to May
Consensus needs to be reached before August 4th
Boeing landed the biggest order so far of the Paris Air Show with a deal today for 100 of its 737s.
The police chief in the central Washington town of Granger has his weapons back after the court ordered him three weeks ago to surrender them.
Federal biologists are studying an extensive toxic algae bloom that has prompted the closures of crab and other shellfish harvests.