California has joined more than half a dozen other states vying for Boeing's attention as the aircraft giant selects a production site for its new 777X jetliner.
Liam was the most-popular name for boys born in Washington last year and Sophia was the top name for girls.
The state Liquor Control Board says it has received 1,696 applications so far from people seeking permission to grow, process or sell cannabis under the new recreational marijuana law.
The website for Washington's health insurance exchange is working again.
Washington residents recycled slightly less in 2012 than the year before, but the recycling rate still surpassed a 50 percent goal set by state law.
With high morbidity rates and far fewer cases than breast cancer, ovarian cancer has inspired few public conversations and little awareness. Meanwhile, 14,000 women who never imagined they would get ovarian cancer will die this year.
A second man has been arrested and charged in connection with the Thanksgiving weekend theft of up to $600,000 worth of high-end wine from Seattle's Esquin Wine & Spirits. However, the more than 200 cases of stolen wine have still not been found.
Kennewick police believe a missing 14-year-old girl or the 19-year-old man suspected of abducting her have tried to contact friends since an Amber Alert was issued last week.
A stubborn three-alarm fire early Tuesday morning at the old Burien Community Center was intentionally set, fire officials say.
The Seahawks are not mentioned in the ad featuring Colin Kaepernick, but the raging, hateful fans are clearly in Seattle.
A Federal Way man accused of viciously beating a Sikh cab driver while shouting anti-Muslim slurs is headed to federal prison for the hate crime.
The National Weather Service says temperatures are moderating in Washington on Tuesday with only light morning snowfall, mostly around the southern Puget Sound region and Grays Harbor County.
A sweeping crackdown on white supremacist gangs in eastern Multnomah County included more than 40 indictments for violent crimes and drug manufacturing.
A donor dropped a 1-ounce gold coin wrapped in a $100 bill into a Salvation Army red kettle over the weekend in Spokane.
U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-Camas) now has two challengers for her seat representing Washington's 3rd District.