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Washington State's Supreme Court will hold a special hearing on Wednesday. The hearing will be to hear arguments about whether it should hold the State Legislature in contempt of court for not doing enough to fund public education.
After a steady diet of NRO stalwarts like Kevin D. Williamson, Jonah Goldberg, and Andy McCarthy, you might not think it's possible to be boring about politics, but it is.
If you've driven into Seattle lately, you would probably think Washington's economy is booming.
Interviewed by "Aravot," Aram Karapetian, the leader of the opposition Nor Zhamanakner party, speculates that the White House probably had a hand in the resolution by the California State Legislature calling for U.S. recognition of Nagorno-Karabakh.
The Coast Guard says one of its Response boats and a civilian vessel rescued seven adults and a 4-year-old child after their skiff capsized off Bainbridge Island.
The King County Medical Examiner's office has identified the bicyclist who died in a collision with a truck in downtown Seattle as a well-respected attorney who in 2010 was part of the American Civil Liberties Union's legal team that challenged the U.S. military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy.
A huge dust storm that swept over a stretch of highway in southern Washington causes a massive 50-car pile up, sending 7 people to the hospital and injuring nearly 20 others.
On this edition of KETV NewsWatch 7's Chronicle, we focus on the November election.
July 17: To say it was a tough day in the battle against the Carlton Complex fires is an understatement.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called Western sanctions an "invasion" Saturday after Washington imposed new penalties over the country's contested nuclear program, though he promised negotiations with world powers would go on.
The two people who had apparently been assaulted in the video, however, refused to speak with police without a lawyer.
The state's taxable retail sales totals grew to $27.3 billion in the first quarter of 2014 , recording a 4.9 percent increase over the same period in 2013.
"TOURIST ACTIVITIES NEXT RIGHT" is what the sign read. "Let's go see!" I exclaimed to my husband.
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Yakima should not appeal the ruling by a federal judge that the city has denied representation to its Latino minority by holding at-large elections for its City Council, Gov. Jay Inslee said in a letter to the Yakima City Council.
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