OLYMPIA — A ballot measure that reduced most vehicle taxes and fees should be thrown out as misleading because the $30 tabs it promotes won't exist and it's guilty of "logrolling" by including more than one topic, attorneys for local governments opposing the proposal told the state Supreme C…
OLYMPIA — In a report to the legislature released Tuesday, Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson recommends law enforcement across the state begin reporting all uses of deadly force.
A Rainier man accused of robbing a man sitting on the curb of a Centralia convenience store at gunpoint made his preliminary appearance in Lewis County Superior Court on Monday.
On Thursday, the state Department of Commerce announced an additional $691,810 in funding would be awarded to five federally-recognized tribes in Washington state to help with resources relating to the Victim of Crimes Act program.
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is encouraging responsible gatherings and safe recreating during this year’s Fourth of July celebrations as the holiday lands on a weekend for the first time in five years.
Staff from Thurston County Public Health’s Water Quality division collected a blue-green algae sample from Lake Lawrence on Tuesday, June 23, with results expected soon.
South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) last week announced a new role on the college’s executive leadership team: chief diversity officer. Parfait Bassalé will serve in this position and plans to further support the college’s core theme of equity and commitment to cultivating an environ…
Just a day after Lewis County Sheriff Rob Snaza appeared to call people who follow Gov. Jay Inslee’s statewide face mask mandate “sheep,” he spoke on camera for TV news stations wearing a custom Lewis County Sheriff’s Office face mask and walked back his comments.
Michael Steadman, a Lacey City Council member, is looking to unseat Thurston County Commissioner Gary Edwards in a bid to serve on the Thurston Board of County Commissioners representing District No. 2.