In an ignominious retreat, losing Republican gubernatorial candidate Loren Culp has withdrawn his lawsuit against Secretary of State Kim Wyman alleging widespread election irregularities and fraud.
OLYMPIA — Providing economic assistance to families and businesses, improving broadband internet access, reopening schools and allowing for more flexibility in child care options are just a few of the broad recommendations released by a Senate special committee for economic recovery post-COVID.
Gyms and fitness centers in Washington state reopened this week after an eight-week closure due to Gov. Jay Inslee’s measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. Rep. Dan Newhouse, representing Washington’s 4th Congressional District including the western edge of Walla Walla County, was one of 10 Republicans who voted Wednesday to impeach President Donald Trump on charges that he incited an insurrection in the attack on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
Hunting is under attack in Washington. At least that’s the assessment of Kim Thorburn, a Washington Department of Fish and Game commissioner from Spokane.
OLYMPIA — Security fencing has been installed around the Washington state Capitol and the National Guard will be on hand Monday as the Legislature convenes amid concerns armed groups might try to occupy the building, which is closed to the public due to the ongoing pandemic.
OLYMPIA – With a mostly virtual session due to COVID-19 protocols, increased safety concerns over pro-Trump protests nationwide and a long road toward economic recovery, Washington lawmakers have a lot of work ahead of them when the Legislature convenes on Monday.
OLYMPIA – The day after pro-Trump protesters forced their way onto the governor’s mansion property here, lawmakers said they were confident the Capitol campus would be safe to conduct Monday’s opening day ceremonies.
The state of Washington’s yearslong case against Tim Eyman inched toward its conclusion Thursday, with the state accusing the serial initiative promoter of a decadeslong run of money laundering, soliciting kickbacks and violating campaign finance law in a scheme to enrich himself through pol…
After more than 18 years, construction is finished on the key parts of the $17 billion Hanford vitrification plant that will be needed for initial treatment of radioactive waste.
Washington will next prioritize vaccinating anyone who is 70 years and older, or anyone 50 and above who lives in a multigenerational household, the Washington state Department of Health announced Wednesday.
The Department also said they would be rolling out a website called PhaseFinder, a portal that will link people to information on when and where they can get vaccinated.
YACOLT, Wash. — State officials say more than 200 inmates at Larch Corrections Center northeast of Vancouver, Washington have tested positive for COVID-19.
WASHINGTON – Reps. Cathy McMorris Rodgers and Russ Fulcher plan to object to the certification of Electoral College results in a joint session of Congress on Wednesday, the two Republicans told The Spokesman-Review on Tuesday.
Officials are asking anyone with medical experience, transportation or logistical experience to aid in the county’s fight against COVID-19 by joining the Medical Reserve Corps of Eastern Washington.