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Gov. Jay Inslee on Tuesday proposed additional spending to address overcrowded prisons, cover wildfire costs and upgrade technology to aid small businesses.
The federal government announced it will offer a loophole to small businesses in Washington state that will allow those eligible to receive tax credits of up to 50 percent for insuring their employees.
Even as they try desperately to hang on to Boeing Co., officials in Washington state have been courting the main competitor of the aerospace giant.
Katie Redman is a fan of math. Her walls, at Elmhurst Elementary, are dotted with flash cards for millions, billions and trillions.
Washington's experiment with privatizing the oversight of mental-health treatment could expand from Pierce County to other parts of the state.
The business community does not like Gov. Jay Inslee's ideas for tackling carbon emission.
Gov. Jay Inslee, state Transportation Secretary Lynn Peterson and representatives from Nissan today joined Steve Marsh of Kent to celebrate a unique milestone - 100,000 all-electric miles driven in his Nissan LEAF.
Supporters of Amazon's dissatisfied German workers took their cause to the company's Seattle headquarters today in a protest that drew several dozen people.
Conventional wisdom might say a Nissan Leaf would not be able to rack up 100,000 miles in under three years.
David Postman, a spokesman for Gov. Jay Inslee, reacted to the Labor Council criticism, saying in an email that "the governor believes machinists should have the opportunity to vote.
Faced with what he described as a "perilous point" to keep production of the 777X in Washington state, Gov. Jay Inslee is calling for the rank and file of the machinists union to have a say on a proposed Boeing contract.
Washington geoduck harvesters and government officials, including Gov. Jay Inslee, are scrambling to overturn China's decision to ban some shellfish exports from the Pacific Northwest.
Investors are contemplating what's next for the market. That's led to a relative pause in the record-breaking stock rally this week.
A suburban Denver student shot at least one other student at a high school Friday before he apparently killed himself, authorities said.
National, state and local political leaders called for a vote Friday on a proposed contract between Boeing and Puget Sound machinists, even though local union leaders have already rejected the company's latest offer in the high-stakes negotiations to keep thousands of jobs in the state.