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After being hot for several months, the local and national housing markets appear to be cooling down.
‘Where are the Republicans? Why are they not standing up and fighting for our democracy right now?’
More than 80 Democrats in the House have signed on to the proposal.
New restrictions on gun magazines and so-called "ghost guns" take effect in Washington on July 1.
While the U.S. Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, the right to abortion is protected under Washington state law. But Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee and fellow abortion rights supporters are looking for ways to strengthen that protection.
State officials are putting the final touches and taking public comment on the centerpiece of Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s push to fight climate change. Critics say the state’s new system for capping greenhouse gas emissions from major pollute
Amazon made news this month by announcing it will start package deliveries by aerial drone to real customers in a northern California town. In the run up to the U.S. debut, the company conducted extensive flight tests in Eastern Oregon, where i
County Executive Dow Constantine says the new plan is aimed at the most vulnerable residents.
Critics say the system lets a bunch of big polluters off the hook.
Says the First Amendment protects his right to pray on public school field
‘Drowning is not a fair injury. It is definitely an injury, like many others, that disproportionately affects certain groups.’ -Dr. Linda Quan
In the wake of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, Gov. Jay Inslee is pushing for increased protections for reproductive care. Abortion remains legal in Washington state, but Inslee said Saturday that access needs to be solidi
Some major Seattle-area companies will offer assistance to employees in areas where abortion services aren’t available.
The theme for the annual Seattle Pride Parade this year is 'Family Reunion'
‘I think everyone's just going to be really enthusiastic to come out and be in community with your people and be proud of who we are.’ –Jas Keimig
Washington will experience it's first heat wave this weekend. It's nearly exactly one year since the heat dome that cooked the area and recorded 108 degrees at Sea-tac airport.
‘Access has been hanging by a thread for millions of people for decades.’ –Riley Keane
The United States Supreme Court has struck down access to abortion under the landmark 1973 case Roe v. Wade. Washington state is among those states that has already reaffirmed a commitment to protect access to abortion and abortion-related serv
Seattle's Senior Deputy Mayor Monisha Harrell spoke with KUOW's Paige Browning about the city's economic slump after a long rise in revenues, and what it means for the budget process.
"A little light bulb went off in my head. I thought, ‘Oh my God, I need to contact my colleagues and find out what they're seeing."
You go to the doctor for health checkups and you’re likely to get screened for high blood pressure or disease. But lately, some clinics are screening for something else: food insecurity. A new program aims to address a problem that’s worsened s
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