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With the 60-day whirlwind of 2022's legislative session completed, it's time to consider what's to come for education in Washington. Mental health, digital equity and funding for underserved … more
A shift from public to private oversight to relieve headaches for the state has caused pay delays for some caregivers. The state has given a private company administrative control of Medicaid … more
Achilles McKellar had flown on at least 10 flights without any issues over wearing a facemask ever since turning 2 years old, according to his father, Rand McKellar. In those instances, flight … more
Americans need to make their own medical risk assessments as COVID-19 cases accelerate in the United States, President Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser said, reflecting a less virulent virus … more
The rise of COVID cases in some regions of the U.S., just as testing efforts wane, has raised the specter that the next major wave of the virus may be difficult to detect. In fact, the country could … more
With the stroke of a pen, Washington became the 16th state in the nation to allow candidates to use campaign funds to cover child care costs. Senate Bill 5855, sponsored by state Sen. Liz … more
Starting in January, job postings in Washington will have to include some dollar signs. Gov. Jay Inslee has signed into law legislation requiring employers in the state to include salary and … more
The murder charge over a “self-induced abortion” has been dropped against a 26-year-old Texas woman. District Attorney Gocha Allen Ramirez announced Sunday that she is dropping the … more
OLYMPIA — After the COVID-19 pandemic worsened the healthcare worker shortage in Washington, the Legislature this session approved funding for a host of proposals to attract new medical … more
Thurston County's new rent assistance provider started processing a large backlog of applicants on March 30, but many renters will likely remain in limbo for weeks more. LiveStories replaced the … more
The annual Pe Ell River Run took place Saturday, and The Chronicle’s Jared Wenzelburger and Isabel Vander Stoep were there for it.  The loosely organized annual event takes participants … more
Among all the bars and restaurants that have recently reopened their doors, one establishment has remained conspicuously cordoned off: the galleys on Washington's ferries. Beer and popcorn … more
There were a minimum of 206 wolves and 33 packs in Washington state in 2021, according to an annual survey conducted by state and tribal biologists. Those numbers represent an increase of 16%, … more
DALLAS — A Texas woman faces a murder charge after authorities say she performed a “self-induced abortion.” Lizelle Herrera, 26, was arrested Thursday in Rio Grande City, near … more
Back in 2018, Jason "Gravy" DeSimas denied just about everything: being a neo-Nazi, being affiliated with white supremacist groups, and repeatedly using a racial slur during an assault on a Black man … more
Since 2020, Navy SEALs have been unable to stealthily train at Washington state parks. That pause could become permanent if an April 1 ruling from state Superior Court Judge James Dixon is not … more
WATERVILLE — Eighty-four former Confluence Health employees have filed a class-action lawsuit against Confluence Health after resigning or being fired due to the state's COVID-19 vaccine … more
ODESSA, Wash. — A lone tumbleweed rumbled across the gravel parking lot Wednesday as a young man driving a red sports car pulled up for fuel at the Cenex. On a nearby fuel tank, in the … more
The state has dropped its charges against a Pendleton man accused of buying a 16-year-old Richland girl in 2020 and raping her in Walla Walla because the court hasn't been able to locate the alleged … more
A Longview woman pleaded not guilty Thursday in Cowlitz County Superior Court to charges including lying to police about being abducted on her way to pick up her children. Heather Mikael … more
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