OLYMPIA — Lawmakers are at a crossroads again on what to do about illegal drug possession.
The proposal includes a robust investment in the region’s mental health care infrastructure.
Washington State Department of Health and CDC encourage residents to stop using EzriCare Artificial Tears.
The measures passed a House committee without Republican support. They are part of a broader agenda to curb gun violence.
Leesa Manion said the units are focused on public safety and “King County’s greatest areas of concern”
Washington could join Utah with toughest standard in the nation. Change concerns wine and hospitality industries.
Statewide, a majority of respondents to Department of Commerce survey agree that rent prices are too high and it costs too much to buy a home.
There are 23 missing Indigenous people across King County.
Calls for an assault weapons ban and the constitutional protection of abortion rights drew cheers from Democrats, silence from the GOP.
Legislation cited as necessary save jobs and protect a critical community service.
More homes, less homelessness, a Blake ruling fix and an assault weapons ban are among the issues to watch.
The county has compiled a list of retailers and organizations that will recycle old light strands.
The money will be split between expanding the office’s Crisis Response Team and deploying body cameras.
AG Bob Ferguson alleges Albertsons, Kroger and Rite Aid of failing to prevent overuse of opioid prescriptions
In addition to the flu, other respiratory illnesses such as COVID and RSV are overloading hospitals.
The predicted third-busiest holiday travel season since 2000 faces a wintry mix of traffic jams and flight issues.