TV spending through the end of September totaled nearly $3 million in the 2018 contest between McMorris Rodgers and Brown. Through September of this year, the campaigns reported spending a combined $500,000 on advertisements, with 95% of that coming from the incumbent congresswoman.
Seattle launched a $9 million COVID-19 relief fund Thursday that will give cash grants to undocumented immigrants unable to access federal stimulus money.
SELAH — A Seattle-based attorney says Selah officials are engaging in unconstitutional behavior by removing signs that support Black Lives Matter and criticize City Administrator Don Wayman.
Seattle has had 110 officers leave the Police Department this year, including 39 officers last month, according to an update from the department.
The Seattle-area nursing home resident first tested positive for the novel coronavirus in early March. He spent more than 40 days in the hospital with fever, pneumonia and difficulty breathing before testing negative multiple times and being discharged.
When Mary Lankford checked into the Salish Lodge & Spa with her husband and 6-month-old baby on Sept. 30, the lodge had known for a week that multiple employees had tested positive for COVID-19. But Lankford did not find out about it until a news report announced the outbreak later that …
The coronavirus pandemic and a controversial sex education mandate are casting a shadow over the race for Washington state education chief in the November election.
COVID-19 continues to course through college campuses in Eastern Washington, despite some universities only offering virtual classes.
For nearly five months, Burbank elementary school Principal Ian Yale has been greeting his students through Facebook with his puppet, Mr. Chitchat.
OLYMPIA — A meter reader who was attacked by a dog while on duty and collected years of workers’ compensation is now accused of stealing the money, the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries said.
With 17 homicides and counting in the Spokane this year, the Spokane Police Department is concerned about violent crime in the area.
EVERETT, Wash. (AP) — Combating wildfires and maintaining forest health has become a key issue in the race for commissioner of public lands in Washington state.