The summer months are coming to an end, children are heading back to school, but they are experiencing summer learning loss and now require remedial education.
Under more normal circumstances, state Senate Republican Leader John Braun would not be in his south Chehalis office midmorning on a weekday. He would have already made himself a quick breakfast in his Centralia home, stopped by his family company, Braun Northwest, and made the drive to the …
Washington State may soon have a new state dinosaur, thanks to the efforts of an elementary school class and the Washington state Legislature.
A House bill drafted by state Rep. Andrew Barkis, R-Olympia, that would suspend Gov. Jay Inslee’s eviction moratorium while establishing additional safety nets for tenants who are late on rent was the subject of competing testimony at a Thursday afternoon, Jan. 28, committee hearing.
A proposed bill in the state House of Representatives is aiming to replace a statue of 19th century missionary Marcus Whitman currently on display at the National Statuary Hall with one of the late nationally-renowned environmentalist Billy Frank Jr., of the Nisqually Indian Tribe.
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.
The suspect involved in a Jan. 13 pursuit that ended in gunfire has been identified as 25-year-old Victor Hugo Ortiz Bucio.
After last week’s attack on the U.S. Capital, which some say was incited by President Donald Trump, Southwest Washington Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler joined the majority in voting “yes” in the second impeachment of the sitting president, articles of which charge Trump with “incitement of insur…
A new report from the Governor’s Salmon Recovery Office shows a number of salmon and steelhead populations in Washington state are teetering on the brink of extinction, according to a Thursday press release by the state Recreation and Conservation Office.
The parking lot of Spiffy’s in Napavine was full Wednesday night — partly with customers, and partly with residents waiting for Washington State Department of Labor and Industries (L&I) officers to return to the restaurant, which reopened indoor dining Monday, flouting statewide orders meant to curb the spread of COVID-19. By Thursday morning, the crowd had grown larger and included some individuals in tactical gear toting semi-automatic rifles.