In the last five years, the average rent in Spokane County has seen a 45% increase, which is a higher jump than the statewide average.
The Washington Attorney General's Office has won an additional $2.5 million in federal grants to fund Washington's Sexual Assault Kit Initiative program.
While fall may have just started, it looks like Mother Nature wants to jump straight to winter!
About 1,000 firefighters from Washington and Oregon have been sent to battle huge wildfires in Alaska, the Bureau of Land Management said Thursday.
12:15 p.m. UPDATE - Rep. Tom Dent is back at the state House of Representatives and thanking people for their thoughts and prayers.
A new report by the American road and transportation builders associations shows that nearly 400-bridges in Washington state are "structurally deficient"
In an effort to combat the opioid crisis, Washington's Attorney General Bob Ferguson has filed a lawsuit against three major opioid distributors which he says negligently shipped billions of prescription drugs into Washington, fueling the state's epidemic.
If all goes according to plan for state lawmakers, Sunday may have marked the last time you'll have to spring ahead in Washington.
As any parent with a young child knows, eating out with kids can go well... or it can go badly. A new proposed law making its way through the legislature is trying to make at least one tiny part of that experience a little easier.
As the very contagious measles virus continues to spread, health experts are encouraging everyone that doesn't know their vaccination status to confirm it.
This is Logan. He's an 8-week-old German Shepherd, and he gets to stay a puppy for his entire life.
SPOKANE, Wash. - Starting Tuesday, January 1, employees in Washington state will see a small portion of their pay taken out of their paycheck for the state's new Paid Family and Medical Leave program.
SAN JOSE, Calif. - The Santa Clara County coroner's office has confirmed a body that was found on Saturday at a marina is missing Spokane man Ian Powers.
The group wants to suspend whale-watching boat tours focused on the orcas for between three and five years. It made three dozen recommendations to save a species whose population is at its lowest in more than 30 years.
A Lynwood man will spend less than three years in prison for raping a young woman as she died of a drug overdose.
As of Aug. 1, all bottled water sales will be taxed in the state of Washington.
A suspected burglar committed suicide inside his victims' apartment on Saturday night.
The Washington State Capitol Campus went on lockdown this morning after police responded to reports of gunfire. The lockdown was lifted at about 10:30 a.m.
Five people have been infected by hantavirus in Washington this year so far. It's the highest number reported in the state since 1999, according to the state Department of Health.
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) --The Legislature on Friday passed a $43.7 billion budget for the next two years that would increase spending for public schools, mental health and state worker contracts.Gov. Jay Inslee indicated he would sign the bill, having called…
ROSEVILLE, Calif. – Union Pacific is boosting safety and efficiency with an approximately $5.1 million infrastructure investment in Washington this year. Projects funded by Union Pacific benefit Washington's overall transportation infrastructure without taxpayer funds.