Several Republican lawmakers filed a bill Thursday seeking an exemption to the state's anti-discrimination laws just weeks after legal action was taken against a Richland florist who denied service to a gay couple for their upcoming wedding.
Another measure seeking to control gun violence failed in the state Legislature on Wednesday, with senators deciding not to vote on a bill that would have required people to surrender their weapons when they are placed under a restraining order.
A woman has died after her car was hit early Thursday by a suspected drunk driver heading the wrong way at high speed on Highway 520, the Washington State Patrol reports.
A Washington state man has a hefty speeding ticket to pay after getting clocked at 130 mph on his new motorcycle in central Oregon.
A Washington state Senate committee heard testimony Thursday on a bill to open up need-based student financial aid to illegal immigrants.
WSDOT has recalled the closure for the eastbound lanes of SR 520 between Montlake Boulevard and 108th Avenue Northeast this weekend.
King County Elections is hosting two free workshops to help residents interested in running for office learn how to file.
Drivers should brace for higher costs to travel on the 520 Bridge and on the Tacoma Narrows Bridge after a state Transportation commission voted to raise tolls Tuesday afternoon.
The closure of State Route 520 between Montlake Boulevard and Interstate 405 will not happen as scheduled this weekend.
Drivers advised of upcoming weekend closure along SR 520 floating bridge and highway as part of the bridge replacement and HOV program.
The city's annual Easter egg hunt is in need of eggs and volunteers.
Ushering in the bloom of spring, it's time to set the clocks forward for daylight saving time.
Since its creation, King County's 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness has focused on providing permanent, affordable housing options for those living on the streets. But after a recent review, some argue the plan fails to meet the emergency needs of the county's homeless population and it's time for a change.
Efforts to abolish the death penalty have never gained political traction in Washington state, but supporters of the move aren't giving up.
Residents and neighbors are invited to attend a public meeting later this month to learn more about a plan by St. Thomas Episcopal Church to build a two-story Life Center on its property.