It's an issue that FOX 13 has been tracking for months, a massive backlog in testing sexual assault kits. Now the state attorney general has announced that backlog has finally been cleared.
Attorney General (AG) Bob Ferguson announced on Tuesday that his office is suing a nonprofit organization based in Vancouver. The lawsuit asserts that the organization's founder and executive director paid herself nearly $1 million in charitable grants intended to serve communities of color in southwest Washington.
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson on Thursday announced more than $60 million is coming to counter the state's fentanyl crisis.
The Washington attorney general’s office and Department of Social and Health Services have been fined $200,000 — and could pay hundreds of thousands more in legal fees — for what a judge called “egregious” and “cavalier” withholding of evidence in an ongoing lawsuit.
A new unit aimed at solving cold cases of missing and murdered Indigenous people will be established in Washington state, a result of the latest law to address a decades-long crisis.
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson has filed eight felony charges against an Everett man who reportedly shot and killed birds and squirrels on his property, nailed their carcasses to his shed, and even shot a neighbor's cat.
State lawmakers can refuse to provide certain records to the public, the Washington Attorney General's office says in court filings.
HB 1240 is being heard in committee, some argue this is what Washington needs following a spike in gun violence, but others say it's an infringement of their rights.
The Washington state Supreme Court has brushed aside the final remaining legal hurdle in the way of a $4 billion dividend by Albertsons to its shareholders ahead of a proposed merger with rival Kroger.
A King County Superior Court judge has ordered a Federal Way gun shop to stop selling high-capacity magazines in violation of a state ban.
Attorney General Bob Ferguson and other lawmakers are expected to propose new legislation that will create a Cold Case Investigations Unit focused on solving cases of missing and murdered Indigenous women and people (MMIWP).
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced a lawsuit Thursday against a Seattle-based plastic surgery provider for "falsely and illegally" inflating its ratings on online platforms such as Yelp and Google.
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson and Rep. Mari Leavitt proposed a bill to improve the state's anti-robocalling laws, which they say are “weak and out-of-date.”
Washington state Attorney General (AG) Bob Ferguson announced lawsuits against three national pharmacy chains for their role in the opioid epidemic on Wednesday.
Gov. Jay Inslee and Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced their plan to stop the growing amount of gun violence in the state. The elected leaders presented two public safety bills that they will jointly propose during the 2023 legislative session.
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson is suing a Federal Way gun shop, saying it unlawfully sold high-capacity magazines to investigators during a compliance operation.
The King County Superior Court has blocked Albertsons' $4 billion shareholder payout as part of their planned merger with Kroger.
Washington leaders are concerned by the proposed Albertsons-Kroger merger, saying it violates antitrust laws and could spell doom for shoppers and workers across the state.
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced that Tyson Foods, the largest chicken producer in the country, will pay the state $10.5 million to settle a lawsuit over price-fixing on chicken products.
A federal judge ruled that a gold mining company, based in Okanogan County, committed thousands of violations under the Clean Water Act. Attorney General (AG) Bob Ferguson’s office is asking the court to require the company to remediate environmental damage from years of pollution, and pay upwards to millions of dollars in penalties.