Josh Harris, who bailed out three Tacoma police officers charged with killing a Black man, has entered the Pierce County Council race.
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Tenant advocates argue Washington’s law doesn’t adequately protect tenants from being billed for unreasonable damage charges.
Deaths have spiked inside the King County Jail this year. But the jail hasn’t followed a new law to better track and analyze causes of...
Over 30 years at Tacoma police, Valencia Brooks filed 18 internal complaints over racism in training materials, a hate crime not investigated, and affiliation with...
State regulators, citing "immediate jeopardy" to patients, used new enforcement powers to temporarily ban admissions of youth at Kirkland's Fairfax Hospital.
Washington Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler apologized in a statement after a half-dozen state workers said he referred to people with slurs and belittled staffers.
Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler, in office since 2001, is accused of racially insensitive remarks and hostile management. Kreidler said he feels bad if he offended...
The sudden escalation in tensions with Russia is making some experts question the lack of emergency planning for a nuclear attack.