Gov. Jay Inslee has formally requested federal aid and a major disaster declaration to help people recover from deadly wildfire destruction in August in Eastern Washington.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has tested positive for COVID-19 for the third time and is experiencing "very mild symptoms including a mild cough."
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Wednesday appointed Megan Matthews as the new director of the Washington State Office of Equity.
On Tuesday, July 4, more than 500 people coming from around 80 different countries were granted U.S. citizenship during Seattle's 38th Annual Naturalization Ceremony.
Minors seeking gender-affirming care in Washington will be protected from the intervention of estranged parents under a measure Gov. Jay Inslee signed into law Tuesday.
Governor Jay Inslee signed a bill on Friday that permanently allows cocktails to-go from restaurants and bars in Washington state.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee announced Monday that he would not seek re-election after serving three terms as governor: “We’ve made Washington a beacon for progress for the nation. I’m ready to pass the torch."
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.
A bill that will ban the sale, manufacture and import of assault weapons in Washington is one signature away from becoming law, sparking an uptick in gun sales, according to local gun stores.
A bill that would permanently allow cocktails to-go from restaurants and distilleries was approved by the state senate, and is now heading to Governor Jay Inslee’s desk for signature.
Beginning in July, hate crimes will be classified as crimes against a person – including assaults that do not end in physical injury.
Starting July 2024, work zones on Washington state highways will begin using automated speed safety cameras whenever construction crews are present.
Gov. Jay Inslee was in Seattle on Tuesday touring what was left of an encampment after a clean-up started under the First Avenue Bridge in the South Park neighborhood.
A bill that would legalize duplexes and fourplexes in most neighborhoods in nearly every Washington city has cleared another committee in the state Legislature.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has tested positive for COVID-19 and is experiencing "very mild symptoms including a mild cough."
Residents are pushing back against a facility meant, to house sex offenders from McNeil Island, from coming into their neighborhood.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee in a speech to a joint session of the Legislature Tuesday urged lawmakers to act on his legislative agenda, calling for big spending to build housing as well as additional gun laws and a funding boost for education.
Washington Governor Jay Inslee is expected to deliver his annual State of the State speech at 12:00 p.m. on Tuesday. You can watch it live right here.
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.
Gov. Jay Inslee on Thursday issued an emergency declaration for severe storms that swept through Washington in early November.