Seattle Mayor Ed Murray's Emergency Task Force on Unsheltered Homelessness has completed its work, and a City Council committee will hear the group's recommendations Thursday, said Jason Kelly, Murray's press secretary.
A University of Washington panel headed by former Gov. Dan Evans believes the best way to quickly increase the number of doctors working in rural Washington is for the UW to expand its medical school program in Spokane.
The verdict rendered Tuesday wrapped up a class-action antitrust suit that had been in various courts and in various forms, and even containing various accusations, before it finally went to trial in early December.
The small Fremont storefront that used to be Dot’s — chef Miles James’ deli that didn't survive its transformation into a bistro earlier this year — will house a new venture in 2015: a Japanese restaurant called Suga. The owner is Eriko Sugawara, who has owned the B
Boeing is working feverishly to get the 767-based platform for the Air Force’s new KC-46 refueling tanker into the air by year end, six months later than planned. Estimated costs have ballooned to $1.5 billion above the contract ceiling.
Inslee's budget calls for all-day kindergarten, teacher raises: Gov. Jay Inslee released highlights from his proposed education budget on Monday, calling for reduced class sizes in kindergarten through third grade, all-day public kindergarten, and cost-of-living raises for teachers. Inslee hailed hi