Multiple flyers posted around Seattle are part of a public campaign designed to draw attention to a local property management company that tenant advocates say refuse to respond to complaints about unhealthy living conditions. But, owners of the company in question argue the claims being made against them are baseless and they won't be bullied into changing anything.
Lawmakers started returning to the Capitol as a new special session kicked off Thursday to address tax incentives for Boeing that Gov. Jay Inslee says is needed to ensure the company builds the composite wings and fuselage of its new 777X in Washington state.
Starbucks Chairman and CEO Howard Schultz announced his company’s plan Wednesday to hire 10,000 veterans and active duty spouses over the next five years in response to record growth and in anticipation of a 500,000-person future global workforce.
As part of an effort to become carbon neutral, Microsoft Corp. has entered a 20-year deal to buy power from a new wind farm in Texas, the first time the tech giant is directly purchasing electricity from a specific source.
On Friday, anti-hunger advocates say more than 1 million low-income families in Washington will see their benefits cut by nearly $30 a month as the temporary boost to state food assistance budgets is set to expire.
A local environmental advocacy group says Washington's iconic Puget Sound is haunted by stormwater runoff and toxic dumping, and now is the time for federal environmental leaders to step up and protect the Sound from unchecked pollution.