Wearing a mask divides some Washingtonians along party lines—but the reason behind the mandate is strictly apolitical.
Woe is you.
Super Tuesday didn’t end the Democratic race. It tightened it.
Pretty much. But a local short-term rental operator is pushing to change that.
By switching to an earlier, mail-in voting system, the state’s Democratic leaders hope Washington becomes a primary season destination.
It actually counts this time. We swear.
The Seattle mayor recently launched her 2021 reelection campaign. Yesterday’s speech offered a preview.
Companion bills to legalize recreational cannabis cultivation never took root in Olympia.
The new legislation aims to mitigate homelessness at a dangerous time of year.
The new tax adjustment would help secure Washington College Grant funding for free and reduced tuition.
The tech giant's federal income taxes aren't staggering, but its other numbers are.
Kshama Sawant's showdown with Amazon is poised to come to a head in 2020.
TLDR: They're a bit concerned.
As lawmakers convene on January 13 to kick off the 2020 session, three Washingtonians opine on what they’d like to see.
How hearings in DC impact the more than 50,000 Ukrainians living in the state.
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Before you drop your vote in the mail by November 5, here's a quick look at your ballot.
Nevertheless, She Persisted
The Massachusetts senator will host a town hall event on August 25 at Seattle Center.
Climate (Policy) Change
Seattle City Council announced an ambitious list of climate goals. Here's what you need to know.
A few Seattleites have been marking the days until Trump’s potential exit since day one.