State Rep. Marko Liias has moved from the House to the Senate to replace Paull Shin, who retired earlier this month. Liias, a Mukilteo Democrat...
UPDATE 4:42 p.m.: Seattle Public Schools has canceled all classes Wednesday because of predictions of heavy snowfall in South Seattle.
Two Seattle schools are officially no longer on the list of the state's "persistently lowest-achieving schools," but four others join it.
Local Olympians signed autographs and posed for photographs at a rally Thursday afternoon attended by several hundred fans.
With Democrats holding a wide majority in the state House and Senate, Republican members describe what it is like to be in the minority.
As the state Legislature considers various solutions to fix its $2.8 billion budget gap, we asked some people at the Kent Station shopping center what...
About 200 people gathered last Monday night in the cafeteria of Van Asselt Elementary School to discuss challenges facing Seattle youth and brainstorm solutions.
Gov. Chris Gregoire expressed frustration with the slow pace of the Legislature at a news conference Thursday afternoon. The Senate and House disagree on which...
Gov. Chris Gregoire and leaders in the Democrat-controlled Legislature discuss how they feel about being unable to yet reach an agreement on the budget.
Attendees at an Oscar party benefiting Reel Grrls, a Seattle nonprofit empowering women to make films, discuss the 82nd Annual Academy Awards.