In this episode, a pair of King County residents have been charged with promoting prostitution and operating nearly a dozen Washington state massage businesses as fronts; and Renton police have initiated a homicide investigation into the death of a 17-year-old boy.
Crackdown on illegal street racing and vehicles fleeing from traffic stops
A Washington, D.C., jury convicted an Auburn man and three other Proud Boys members of a plot to attack the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
Ethan Nordean was part of Proud Boys group that wanted to keep Trump in power
Senate Republican leader says no agreement reached yet with Democrats; session to start May 16
Proposal comes following what Reagan Dunn is calling a “failure” of the state Legislature.
Three among 28 mayors across the state opposing House changes to Senate bill on drug possession laws
A bill partially unwinding a 2021 policing reform clears the Legislature. It is headed to Gov. Jay Inslee for his expected signing.
King County Crisis Care Centers proposal would raise money through a property tax.
The suspect, Brett Michael Gitchel, is also accused of setting the missing woman’s car on fire.
Bills outlawing many semiautomatic weapons and adding restrictions on gun purchases are now on course to becoming law.
Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group is offering a free training program.
Interested in running for office? Workshops have the details
Gov. Inslee says it gives Washington a three-year supply. The purchase comes as a federal judge may order the FDA to stop its sale.
Vote 47-1 in favor of state B&O tax exemption; measure moves to House
Many Washington leaders have been vocal in their support of equitable access.