The report comes as nearly 500 incarcerated individuals or corrections staffers have tested positive for COVID-19.
Seattle Times staff reporter Joseph O’Sullivan covers state government and the Legislature.
The first phase in the plan allows for limited outdoor visits, as well as remote, window and compassionate-care visits.
It's Culp vs. Inslee: Race for Washington governor takes shape with newest batch of primary election results
While hundreds of thousands of votes remain to be counted, neither Republicans Joshua Freed nor Tim Eyman gave any indication they were holding out hope...
Democrats are seeking to expand their their sizable majorities in Olympia while Republicans are trying to prevent more losses and potentially pick up some seats.
As President Trump attempts to discredit mail voting, Washington state's experience shows it can be done securely with little evidence of fraud.
The new Legislature will have to tackle an $8.8-billion projected budget shortfall through 2023.
Cyber attacks — foreign and domestic — are an issue for secretary of state candidates.
Cases are two of several legal attempts to halt governor's orders.