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The Center for Biological Diversity sued the Trump administration on Tuesday, July 21, for failing to release public records on the termination of a program to restore grizzly bears to the North … more
The two candidates taking on incumbent Democratic State Auditor Pat McCarthy in the Aug. 4 primary argue McCarthy did not show enough leadership once the COVID-19 pandemic hit. The other Democrat … more
While President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden have attracted the most attention in the race for president, more than 1,100 people have filed their intent to run for the country's … more
When Washington voters pare down the field of insurance commissioner candidates in the Aug. 4 primary, they will have three very different options from which to choose. An incumbent seeking a … more
OLYMPIA — The four candidates vying for Washington's secretary of state position debated election reform, including how to improve voter access and how to keep Washington's vote-by-mail system, in … more
OLYMPIA — More than 20,000 international students at Washington's colleges will no longer lose their visas if their school does not teach in-person classes in the fall, following the Trump … more
While driving to work on a recent morning, Spokane County Health Officer Bob Lutz saw people holding signs that read "Lutz is nuts" and "Lutz is a tyrant." Lutz, who has had to make a string of … more
Washington governor candidate Loren Culp was in Chehalis Thursday afternoon outside of Sidelines Sports Bar & Grill doing a meet and greet with about 40 people. Standing behind a white picket … more
U.S. Secretary of the Interior David L. Bernhardt announced Tuesday at a roundtable with community members in Omak, Washington, that the Department of the Interior will not move forward with a new … more
WASHINGTON — In a ruling issued Wednesday, the Supreme Court upheld a Trump administration policy that lets employers opt out of a requirement under the Affordable Care Act to provide health … more
For the second election cycle in a row, the race for Washington's lieutenant governor post has drawn a large and diverse field of candidates for a job that straddles the executive and legislative … more
The difference four years makes in Washington elections is probably most obvious in the state attorney general's race. Four years ago, Republicans couldn't muster an opponent to Democrat Bob … more
Washington State University President Kirk Schulz has taken a voluntary 10% pay cut for one year and turned down a $50,000 retention bonus as the university works to regain its financial footing … more
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