Legislation approved by the state Senate would make it easier for local governments to vacate and clean up properties contaminated by methamphetamine.
Still jolted by back-to-back historically destructive fire seasons, state legislators are considering several bills that aim to bolster Washington’s ability to fight wildfires.
Lawmakers want to renew a $3.5 million incentive program to encourage the film industry to make movies in Washington. They’ve added another $3 million to...
The voting-rights bills have rekindled debate in Washington state over efforts to make local elections more hospitable to minority candidates.
Thousands of abortion opponents rallied in Olympia on Monday for the annual March for Life.
“Constitutional duty” was the rallying call of the approximately 5,500 people gathered, demanding full K-12 funding, in keeping with the McCleary state Supreme Court decision.