Homeless shelters would be located in many cities and counties and supplied with mental health, employment and police resources if a bill under consideration in the state Legislature is adopted.
Washington state’s efforts to vaccinate its population against COVID-19 appears to be growing, as state leaders say that the capacity is there to meet their goals for administering doses, as long as federal allotments increase.
Washington drivers will pay an extra 18 cents per gallon in gas taxes if a new 16-year, $25.8 billion transportation package backed by House Democrats is approved.
Multiple lawmakers representing Southwest Washington responded Wednesday afternoon to news that supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol Building during a joint meeting of the Senate and House to count Electoral College votes.
Known for her goat milk soap, owner of Stone City Farm Kathleen Nece says the question she gets asked the most is, “Do you actually have goats?” When Nece confirms that she does indeed have goats, a popular follow up question is, “Do you do goat yoga?”
The smoke from fires in northern California and southern Oregon billowed around the region, leaving a thick haze that I was forced to hike through. Weather reports deemed the air quality to be the worst in the nation and it was recommended that people stay indoors which caused me to alter my…
A report released by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife this month reveals that a fungus that causes fatal white-nose syndrome in bats has been detected in Mount Rainier National Park.
The Norse Peak Fire burning on the east flank of Mount Rainier is now 80 percent contained as reported by Incident Information System Wednesday afternoon.