A letter from the Washington state Attorney General’s Office has halted the city of Olympia’s plans to order a community of vehicle residents to relocate.
The state Supreme Court has struck down the voter-approved $30 car tab initiative.
A voter approved initiative on cheaper car tabs will not move forward for now.
After months of struggling, the local business community in the Thurston County are reaching back to customers who helped many shops stay afloat during the economic shutdown.
A bitter fight over sex ed in Washington state schools has led to a referendum on the November ballot - the first time in the country that a decision on sex ed will be decided by voters.
The first Native American woman elected to the Washington state House of Representatives says she is drafting legislation to remove Native-themed mascots and team names at public schools.
Multiple buildings were vandalized Friday night in downtown Olympia after a group of more than 50 people was seen gathering in the area.
Washington state student-athletes marched to the Capitol in Olympia on Thursday as they petition to play fall sports.
A 17-year-old male died in a head-on, 2-car crash going the wrong way in the northbound lanes of I-5 near the Nisqually Bridge.
The fires caused about $1 million in damage to two apartment buildings and a local church.
The fires are suspicious, and one person is being questioned.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee is requesting an extension of the state National Guard to continue their work on missions related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Businesses, government buildings damaged after weekend protests turned destructive in Olympia.
Video recorded of a performer singing offensive lyrics at a rally hosted by Washington Three Percent, a far-right group, was allegedly an elaborate prank carried out by “Borat” actor Sacha Baron Cohen, according to the group’s former leader.
OLYMPIA, Wash.— Washington’s population has topped 7.6 million, with growth coming mostly from those moving to the state.
Attorney General Bob Ferguson said Tuesday his office will review at least 30 investigations of police use of deadly force to ensure they followed a new state law in the wake of the questionable handling of an investigation into the death of 33-year-old Manuel Ellis while in Tacoma police custody.
OLYMPIA, Wash. -- Olympia businesses and residents were left cleaning up a lot of vandalism following a protest on Friday that even caused damage to the mayor's home.
Several hundred people rallied and marched in Washington’s capital city Tuesday night.