Wednesday May 22
Only Half of the WA Insurance Plans Through the State Exchange Will Cover Elective Abortions
The 300,000 women hoping to purchase affordable insurance coverage through Washington state's insurance exchange when the Affordable Care Act is fully implemented next year had better choose wisely: Only half of the 10 insurance exchange plans currently filed with the Washington State Office of the Insurance Commissioner elect to fully cover ... (more)
Tue May 14, 2013
Rodney Tom Endorses Republican Who Introduced Bill Allowing Discrimination Against Gays
State Senator Sharon Brown has filed to retain her seat in a special election to be held in November.
Mon May 13, 2013
Bike to Work Day Rolls in to Bellevue on Friday
Cascade Bicycle Club's annual Bike to Work Day is just a few days away, and organizers are gearing up for another big turnout.
Sat May 11, 2013
Lawmakers to consider changes to estate-tax law
Lawsuits seeking millions of dollars in tax refunds are stacking up in court while lawmakers mull whether to circumvent a 2012 state Supreme Court decision allowing some married couples to escape Washington's estate tax.
Fri May 10, 2013
Police Search for Two Men After Officer Interrupts Medina Burglary
Police from several agencies searched via K-9, air and water for two men late Thursday after a Medina police officer spotted two men fleeing from a Medina home where the homeowner had reported a burglary.
Tue May 07, 2013
Tuesday memo: 2 killed in bus crash ... $1,103 speeding ticket ... More warm days
Bus crash kills two: A man and his wife were killed when a Sound Transit bus struck an SUV driven by their 51-year-old son, according to the Washington State Patrol.
Mon May 06, 2013
Wash. man gets $1,103 speeding ticket in Oregon
Sixty-one-year-old Gregory Zaser, of the wealthy Lake Washington enclave of Medina, east of Seattle, told the trooper who pulled him over Monday that he'd just purchased the Ducati bike and wanted to see what it could do.
Wed May 01, 2013
In overtime, budget should be only goal
After 105 days, the Legislature goes into overtime, with a two-week timeout for "cooling off." Gov.