Earlier this week the WDFW gave the go-ahead to a six-day coastal razor clam dig that’s set to start on Tuesday, Jan. 21. Those digs were approved following marine toxin testing that confirmed the clams are safe for human consumption.
Two state Senators and three new House of Representatives members were welcomed into their newly appointed positions for the 2020 legislative session in Washington this week.
OLYMPIA - On what turned out to be a cold and rainy day, nearly 150 people from across Washington gathered Jan. 17 on the state Capitol steps in support of their right to bear arms.
In an attempt to reduce plastic pollution, a bill banning retailers from handing out free single-use plastic bags in the state of Washington is moving in the Legislature.
Democrats in the state Legislature are backing bills aimed at reducing carbon emissions and pollutants put into the atmosphere by transportation fuels with the goal of achieving a 95 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from 1990 levels by the year 2050.
Jonathan Stringer, the 24-year-old Chehalis man who died Jan. 9 when a trench collapsed at the Skookumchuck Wind Project outside of Rainier, was a young father who attempted to save the life of another coworker, according to information on a crowdfunding website aimed at raising money for th…
Hundreds of positions available across Washington as seasonal park aides for the 2020 season with the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission.
Washington Secretary of State Kim Wyman introduced an elections security bill this week in an effort to increase election security in advance of the 2020 election cycle, including the presidential election in November.
People who are interested in how a Road Usage Charge might work in Washington can now download the full report from the Washington Road Usage Charge Pilot Project website at waroadusagecharge.org.
As Initiative 976, the car tabs measure approved by voters in November, is held up in the State Supreme Court, Republicans proposed laws that would guarantee the $30 car tabs Washington voters approved.