A portion of Interstate 82 will be closed two hours tomorrow for repairs.
Tim Eyman is proposing Initiative 1550 — the Property Tax Fairness Initiative — to reduce regular property tax levies by 25 percent statewide beginning in 2018.
State health officials announced credential changes for two Benton County health providers.
Two burn bans impacting areas of Yakima County were both lifted yesterday.
A local man may be facing a new charge following a fatal crash last week.
Rep. Shelly Short, R-Addy, was selected yesterday to become senator for the state’s 7th Legislative District.
Two Klickitat County communities are among 21 statewide receiving Firewise grants.
Yakima County Probation Services is offering an amnesty program that begins Wednesday and ends April 28.
State transportation officials are planning two closures this week.
Yakima County Commissioners may appoint a new human resources director.
Officials with the state Republican and Democratic parties have elected leaders.
Following President Donald Trump’s assertion that as many as 3 to 5 million people voted fraudulently in the 2016 presidential election, Secretary of State Kim Wyman defended the state’s elections.
Gov. Jay Inslee, a Democrat, yesterday opposed President Donald Trump’s executive orders on immigration restrictions and moving forward with a wall at the Mexico border.
Two pieces of legislation were introduced Tuesday, intended to reduce so-called abusive public records requests, while preserving government transparency and access.
A state audit of the School District’s alternative learning experience programs found they complied with all state laws and regulations.