Paperwork giving state lawmakers an 11 percent pay hike was turned in Tuesday.
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OLYMPIA — The sister of two men shot by an Olympia police officer Thursday said she saw the incident but did not realize members of her family had been wounded.
OLYMPIA — State lawmakers received a new forecast of revenue Monday, and it seemed like pretty good news, but perhaps not good enough to make their jobs easier.
The way Washington pays for public schools is illegal.
OLYMPIA — Two men suspected of attempting to steal beer from the west Olympia Safeway were shot by an Olympia police officer early Thursday morning.
Scientists at the Burke Museum in Seattle announced Wednesday that they have discovered the first dinosaur fossil found in Washington State — a 35-foot ancestor of Tyrannosaurus rex that lived here 80 million years ago.
OLYMPIA — State Sen. Jim Hargrove continues trying to jimmy open a source of funds for basic education.
The cataclysmic eruption of the stratovolcano Mount St. Helens morphed the landscape with an awesome force rarely seen in modern history. It obliterated several glaciers, took the lives of 57 people, spread ash into 11 states and has gone down in history as the most deadly and economically destructive volcanic eruption in American history.
OLYMPIA — Three Republican senators want to change Washington state law to keep embattled and absent Auditor Troy Kelley from upping his pension if he comes back from leave briefly and wants to make a “catch-up” payment.
OLYMPIA — You can call them budget talks or you can call them budget briefings.
Congressman Derek Kilmer wants a “neutral” government agency to step in the middle of a running dispute that pits Navy plans for increased flight training on the Olympic Peninsula against the wishes of residents who worry that jet noise will disrupt the serenity of Olympic National Park.
Public schools would continue to receive the largest chunk of $1.2 billion generated from a cap and trade program in Washington under a revised proposal released Monday by House Democrats.
A man admitted to a string of bank robberies, including a US Bank branch in Vancouver, on Monday in U.S. District Court in Tacoma.
OLYMPIA — It’s not just about the money but the color of the cash.
OLYMPIA — Washington public schools will be required to teach about the history and culture of the state’s federally recognized tribes under a new law signed this week.