Ben Carson and Carly Fiorina, who both entered the competition for the Republican presidential nomination on Monday, are each basing their candidacies on nontraditional résumés.
As indicted state Auditor Troy Kelley took his leave on Monday to fight federal charges, stand-in Jan Jutte also released legal guidance the Auditor’s Office received on how an elected statewide official could step away from his job.
The rigs and support vessels headed to Seattle for moorage and maintenance do not fit under the current permit for Terminal 5, Ed Murray said Monday morning.
With Seattle Mayor Ed Murray preparing to release a new feasibility study on municipal broadband, an activist campaign is hoping to build widespread support for a high-speed public network.
WASHINGTON — Here’s how the state’s members of Congress voted on major issues in the week ending May 1. House 2016 veterans budget The House on April 30 voted, 255-163, to appropriate $68.7 billion for the Department of Veterans Affairs in fiscal 2016, plus tens of billions of dollars in entitlement spending for veterans in...
Police fired pepper spray and flash bangs to disperse the crowds after reportedly being assaulted with rocks and other objects thrown by black-clad protesters, who also smashed windows, overturned trash bins and damaged cars along Broadway.
A SeaTac city judge dismissed disorderly conduct charges against Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant and two other defendants Friday, saying it was the police and not the protesters who blocked traffic.
Live updates from May Day demonstrations in Seattle. Earlier rallies for Black Lives Matter and immigrant rights have ended, and now an anti-capitalist march is making its way through Capitol Hill and protesters there are clashing with police.
Rail tank cars that are used to transport most crude oil and many other flammable liquids will have to be built to stronger standards to reduce the risk of catastrophic train crash and fire under a series of new rules unveiled Friday by U.S. and Canadian transportation officials.
Gov. Jay Inslee has appointed Alex Alben, a former tech company lawyer and executive, as the state's first chief privacy officer.