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More than 700 terminally ill patients have used the law since it was enacted in 2009.
Washington's Supreme Court says arrested suspects do not have a right to total privacy in conversations with their lawyers.
U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., has introduced a bill to return the bones of Kennewick Man to a group of Columbia Basin tribes.
Bernie Sanders brings campaign to West Coast SEATTLE (AP) — Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is taking his presidential bid to…
Federal agents have installed video surveillance cameras in Seattle's Central District.
The Thurston County Prosecutor says that the investigation into a white police officer who shot two black men is complete, but it will be several weeks before his office makes any decisions on whether charges should be filed.
Scammers use “spoofing” software. It makes the call appear to be from the State Patrol on caller id.
A State Patrol Trooper from Whatcom County died from a medical emergency while doing his job Thursday.
Whatcom County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested 42-year-old Brandon Crabtree.
The Washington State Superintendent of Public Instruction says more than 32,500 kids attending school in the state are homeless, including 852 in Whatcom County.
Investigators believe both men were drunk.
A Bellingham businessman and a local conservative group are suing Whatcom County – they want to stop a proposal that would create more voting districts from appearing on the fall ballot.
Dozens of young children and others got violently ill after attending an event at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds, now fair management is trying make sure it doesn’t happen again.
The department got a federal grant to pay for predictive policing software.
The State Patrol says speeds reached 100 miles per hour and the suspect car drove the wrong way on I-5 at times.
One of the largest toxic algae blooms recorded off the West Coast is denser, more widespread and deeper than scientists feared even weeks ago.
Skagit County's 911 system is struggling with understaffing and forced overtime that can increase employee stress and burnout.