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100-Day Challenges tackle youth homelessness

Communities in King, Pierce, and Spokane counties are working to address youth homelessness with A Way Home Washington’s 100-Day Challenges. The Challenges began on April...Read More

Rep. Pellicciotti’s bill would lower car tab taxes

Sound Transit 3 continues to be a focal point this legislative session as Rep. Mike Pellicciotti (D-Federal Way) introduces yet another piece of legislature aimed...Read More

Press Release: AGO files campaign finance complaints against state lawmakers, former candidate

The Attorney General’s Office (AGO) today announced the filing of three separate complaints in Thurston County Superior Court: one against state Representative Strom Peterson, one...Read More

Washington judge doesn’t extend injunction against Trump travel ban but Hawaiian judge blocks ban

The Trump Administration’s second iteration of a travel ban was blocked, as was the first ban, by a federal judge. This time, though it was a Hawaiian...Read More

U.S. Sen. Patty Murray tweeted about the attack of a Sikh man in a Seattle neighborhood.

Shooting of Sikh man in Seattle area spurs investigations

The attack happened after Jewish schools and community centers were the targets of more than 100 bomb threats, Jewish cemeteries across the country saw vandalism...Read More

A screen capture of the front page of the Daily Herald's March 1 edition.

The Everett Daily Herald announces staff cuts, changes in the publication

The Everett Daily Herald formally announced layoffs and content reductions in the paper in a letter from the editor on the front page of the...Read More

A screen capture of the front page of the Feb. 28 edition of the Daily Herald.

Everett Herald lays off 10 employees, 4 from the newsroom

The Everett Herald, under ownership from Sound Publishing, has announced layoffs of another 10 employees. Of those, four are from the newsroom....Read More

Washington AG claims victory over Trump travel ban case

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson office was not hesitant in calling the Trump administration’s action rescinding the travel ban executive order a “defeat.” President Donald...Read More

Office of Attorney General seeks litigation support services

Shortly after Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s significant court win against the Trump administration, the Office of the Attorney General has released a request for proposal...Read More

State lawmakers consider state and federal interests amid controversy in Trump administration

State GOP lawmakers are under pressure to be more open in their condemnation of Trump. At their weekly press conference, they were pressed to comment...Read More