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.
Matthew Shepard died in 1998 after one of the most notorious and brutal anti-gay crimes in the US. Two decades later, he is being honored through a memorial plaque installed at the Washington National Cathedral.
SEATTLE (AP) - The Washington State Attorney General’s Office is asking the state Supreme Court to allow voter-approved car-tab tax cuts to take effect this week, despite a lower-court ruling putting the cuts on hold.
SEATTLE (AP) - Jacob Eason threw for 244 yards and one touchdown and ran for another, Richard Newton added a pair of short touchdown runs, and Washington kept possession of the Apple Cup for a seventh straight season after a 31-13 win over Washington State on Friday.
The Washington National Cathedral will dedicate a plaque next week to memorialize Matthew Shepard, whose cremated remains were interred there one year ago.
A 14-year-old Washington, Missouri boy who died after a four-year battle with cancer got a huge show of support on Sunday, KMOV reported.
The Trump Organization is considering selling its three-year-old hotel in downtown Washington, DC, that's been a focus of ongoing complaints that Donald Trump is profiting off his role as President.
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.
Capitol Police arrested Jane Fonda Friday as she led her weekly climate protest inspired by young Swedish activist Greta Thunberg.
SEATTLE (AP) - Seattle and King County Public Health says a teenager has received medical treatment for severe lung disease linked to vaping. County health officials said Wednesday that the teen was hospitalized in August with a fever, cough and shortness of breath. Officials say he was treated in the intensive care unit, released from the hospital five days later and is now recovering.
Jane Fonda was taken into police custody Friday in Washington, DC, while participating in a climate crisis demonstration.
While fall may have just started, it looks like Mother Nature wants to jump straight to winter!
A new Washington state lawsuit alleges that defective vape products led to lung illness. It's the first suit of its kind filed in the state.
A mother in Washington state is speaking out after she says her son's school district moved his desk into the bathroom.
Two men armed with an AK-style rifle are on the run after opening fire in the courtyard of an apartment complex in Washington DC, leaving one dead and five injured, police said.
An internal draft document reviewed by CNN reveals how individual offices within the Bureau of Land Management will be spread out across states and time zones under the agency's proposed reorganization plan, putting federal workers who once worked together in Washington thousands of miles apart.
The United States and China have agreed to return to the negotiating table in Washington to discuss trade. It will be the first face-to-face meeting between the two sides since the trade war's rapid escalation in recent weeks.
Ian and Nikki Aguilar were overjoyed when they welcomed a baby girl, Emilia, in July. But when they started investigating day care centers in their neighborhood, the new parents experienced some serious sticker shock.
Attorney General William Barr is planning a holiday bash at his boss' hotel in downtown Washington.
Democratic Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Wednesday announced he is suspending his presidential campaign.
SEATAC, Wash. (KCPQ) -- One person was killed and six injured Thursday in a rollover crash involving a hotel shuttle near Sea-Tac Airport.
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) - Transportation officials are considering replacing Washington state's gas tax to a system that would charge drivers by the mile. The News Tribune reported Wednesday that the state Transportation Commission is expected to vote in December on tax recommendations to give the state Legislature.
An armed man was fatally shot early Saturday during a confrontation with police after he hurled incendiary devices at a Washington state immigration detention center, Tacoma police said.
About 1,000 firefighters from Washington and Oregon have been sent to battle huge wildfires in Alaska, the Bureau of Land Management said Thursday.