Kennewick attorney George Cicotte says he'll officially launch his campaign for Congress next week.
Troy Clements, currently a deputy prosecutor, will announce his campaign Friday morning in Yakima.
Yakima Mayor Micah Cawley is expected to announce next week that he will enter the race to replace the retiring Corky Holloway
Rep. Charles Ross, R-Naches, says he won't run for reelection to the Washington House of Representatives. Instead, he will campaign to replace the retiring Corky Holloway as Yakima County Auditor.
Yakima County sheriff's lieutenant Brian Winter will announce his campaign for sheriff Tuesday in Yakima.
Former legislator and state Agriculture Director Dan Newhouse says he will run for the 4th Congressional District seat being vacated by the retiring Rep. Doc Hastings.
State Sen. Janéa Holmquist Newbry official announced her candidacy for the 4th Congressional District following the retirement of Rep. Doc Hastings.
Brad Peck, a Franklin County commissioner, has joined a growing number of candidates vying to replace retiring Rep. Doc Hastings in Congress.
State representatives voted unanimously Monday to allow the Department of Agriculture to issue licenses to grow industrial hemp. The measure will now go to the Senate.
Another candidate has joined the 4th Congressional District race. Former professional football player and U.S. senatorial candidate Clint Didier says he'll run for the seat being vacated by Doc Hastings.
The race to replace Doc Hastings may have a new candidate. State Sen. Janéa Holmquist Newbry, R-Moses Lake, says she will form an exploratory committee for a 4th Congressional District run.
During his two decades in office, Hastings tackled issues like water storage and education, and secured money for the Capitol Theatre.
In a surprising announcement, U.S. Rep. Doc Hastings announced his retirement. He will not seek reelection this fall. The ten-term congressman says his decision is about family.
Rep. Doc Hastings, R-Wash., says he won't run for an 11th term in Congress this year.
Applications are rolling in for marijuana licenses across the state. So far the Liquor Control Board received 26 applications in Yakima County.