A report says an administrative judge in the state insurance commissioner office was untruthful and misleading about events that led to her suspension; her lawyers say the investigator cherry-picked facts and wrongly castigated Patricia Petersen for standing up for judicial independence.
Under scrutiny over expenses she charged to state government, state Sen. Pam Roach this week paid back $680 and promised to give up her Senate-paid phone and mailbox, according to a report in The News Tribune of Tacoma.
Gov. Jay Inslee and Snohomish County Executive John Lovick are scheduled to announce a commission to make recommendations on how to better avoid and respond to a landslide like the one that happened at Steelhead Haven.
Filling in for injured or otherwise absent Sounders teammates, Jalil Anibaba has played all three positions across the back line this season. He’s appeared in nine matches this year and started seven, including the last four MLS competitions.
Ohio State fired the director of its marching band, Jonathan Waters, after determining he ignored a “sexualized” culture of rituals, including students being pressured to march in their underwear and participate in sexually themed stunts.