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Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz is scheduled to meet with Gov. Jay Inslee and other high ranking state officials on Monday in Olympia to discuss the Hanford Nuclear Site cleanup, which is billions of dollars over budget and decades behind schedule.
Gov. Jay Inslee tentatively is scheduled to visit Palouse Falls on Tuesday to sign into law a bill designating the falls as the official state waterfall.
But the problem is especially vexing for motorcyclists, who often encounter traffic signals with sensors that don't recognize their bikes.
Angel, R-Port Orchard, took heat for ending a Financial Institutions, Housing & Insurance Committee hearing Feb. 28 without letting the group vote on a bill to extend funding.
A bill that would allow payment for doctors to see patients by webcam, as demonstrated in this test in Nashville, failed to win approval in the Washington Legislature.
The 35 troopers graduated from the Washington State Patrol Academy and were sworn in by Washington State Supreme Court Justice Debra Stephens on Friday and were presented their commission cards by Governor Jay Inslee and Chief John R. Batiste.
A $155 million supplemental budget passed, as did a measure to keep funding homeless prevention programs through fees on real-estate sales.
Thursday night marked the close of the 2014 legislative session. And despite a divided leadership - the Majority Coalition Caucus in the Senate while Democrats rule the House - some significant, as well as less important, health-care legislation made it to the finish.
In the final hours, lawmakers passed a bipartisan update to the state's two-year budget.
Immediately following Gov. Jay Inslee's announcement of his moratorium on the death penalty, cheers could be heard in certain African-American communities throughout the state and elsewhere.
It was 28 days before her 19th birthday, just 10 months after her high school graduation.
A Ten Commandments monument sits in Farmin Park in Sandpoint, but perhaps not for long.
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The city of Snoqualmie issued a call to action this week, calling on residents to help fight a bill that changes the property tax burden paid by Washington's Indian tribes.
For those keeping count, 11 had been added to the books as of Wednesday afternoon with dozens of bills still to be sent to Gov. Jay Inslee for his signing in the coming weeks.