Thousands of abortion opponents rallied in Olympia on Monday for the annual March for Life.
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King County officials and patients tout local benefits of the Affordable Care Act, joining a state and national movement to salvage parts of the law.
Don Benton and Doug Ericksen, two longtime GOP state legislators from Washington state, have been tapped by the Trump administration to help reshape the Environmental...
Top state lawmakers say they won’t move any bills this session to end tolling on the express lanes of Interstate 405 between Bellevue and Lynnwood.
While the women's march turnout showed power in numbers, it was the individuals, and their protest signs, that added color to the demonstration.
History was made Saturday in Seattle as more than 100,000 people marched through the streets to stand up for women's rights. The record protest for...
In addition to Seattle, women's marches took place across Washington state, from Twisp to Spokane, Bellingham to Vancouver.
In a flashback to 2015, some Republican legislators are looking to marijuana revenue as a possible solution to Washington’s education-funding problems. Democrats aren’t totally opposed...