AG Bob Ferguson alleges Albertsons, Kroger and Rite Aid of failing to prevent overuse of opioid prescriptions
To strike most of Western Washington Thursday evening through Friday evening
Winter Solstice marks the shortest day of the year, which has been celebrated for thousands of years all over the world. Have you ever wondered how modern witches like to celebrate?
The predicted third-busiest holiday travel season since 2000 faces a wintry mix of traffic jams and flight issues.
Democratic legislators will seek several gun control laws in the 2023 session, including one requiring a permit to buy a firearm.
WA voters would get the final say.
WA legislators are queuing up bills they want to debate next year. Here are 8 certain to garner attention.
Flu-related hospitalizations are higher so far this year in U.S. than every previous season since 2011
He worked 37 years in the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office; the last 15 as its leader
Washington lists the animal as endangered.
Washington lawmakers will hold 39 hearings this week. Nearly all will be conducted in person, which hasn’t happened in three years.
The Native and Strong Lifeline provides culturally appropriate mental health support and referrals.
Carolyn DeFord of the Puyallup Tribe spoke about her mother’s 1999 disappearance and what has led to this crisis.
By Wilson Criscione, InvestigateWest
Wildfires grow in the North Cascades as a new weather pattern moves in.
If repaired, 50 fish culverts of the 3,000 identified would restore 50 percent more salmon habitat.
Six South King County police departments partner to attract more diverse workforce
Proposal asks WA Legislature to allocate $86 million annually.
Gov. Jay Inslee announced the order will end nearly three years after he first issued it.
Episode 7 in this special podcast series explores the release of unredacted photos showing Jeffrey Nelson’s tattoos.