Applications are rolling in for marijuana licenses across the state. So far the Liquor Control Board received 26 applications in Yakima County.
Air Force One touched down at Sea-Tac Airport around 4:15 p.m. amid a gorgeous Seattle sunset.
Supporters of an initiative that would prevent Washington state from adopting universal background checks for gun sales say they have submitted 340,000 signatures with their first batch of petitions submitted Thursday to the secretary of state's office.
A food industry group that contributed heavily to defeat a measure that would have required labeling genetically engineered foods concealed millions more dollars in campaign contributions than has previously been reported, the state attorney general said Wednesday.
The CEO of the Washington state health exchange is getting a 13 percent raise.
Washington state's revenue outlook is holding steady as economists expect a continued trend of slow economic growth.
An analyst imagines a Clinton/Locke ticket as the former Washington governor prepares to come home.
Senate Democrats in Washington state have chosen a new leader for their caucus.
Washington state's unemployment rate was relatively constant over the past two months, but the state saw an estimated loss of 9,500 jobs over the same period, according to numbers released Wednesday by the state Employment Security Department.
The American ambassador to China said Wednesday he will step down from his post early next year to rejoin his family in Seattle.
Washington State business owners are applying for a license to sell recreational marijuana. The State is only releasing 334 licenses to sell recreational pot.
Washington state Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler says those changes will not be allowed in our state.
As lawmakers moved swiftly toward approving tax incentives for Boeing, Gov. Jay Inslee said Friday he hasn't given up on also moving forward with a $10 billion transportation package.
A House committee has approved a measure that would extend tax breaks for Boeing Co. if key manufacturing work of the new 777X remains in Washington state.
Lawmakers started returning to the Capitol as a new special session kicked off Thursday to address tax incentives for Boeing that Gov. Jay Inslee says is needed to ensure the company builds the composite wings and fuselage of its new 777X in Washington state.