Senate and House then pass 'very fragile' Hirst bill
Usage of H-2A-visa agricultural foreign guestworkers in Washington increased 35 percent last year, 1
The state Senate is scheduled to vote on the water bill and the capital budget Thursday night.
The three associations will share strategies for legalizing marijuana at the federal level.
A city in central Washington state issued an emergency proclamation in response to a mass of rock and soil crawling down a ridge that officials say could turn into a landslide
The best avenue to change the H-2A-visa foreign guestworker program may be administrative rules, a labor attorney and former Bush administration official says.
House Democrat concedes Hirst bill won't limit new wells to indoor use only
The proposed legislation would provide a safe harbor for banks and other institutions that work with the marijuana industry.
Microsoft Corp., REI and other businesses joined environmental and other groups Tuesday in testifying in support of Gov. Jay Inslee's ambitious proposal to tax fossil fuel emissions to fight climate change
The Washington-Oregon Potato Conference Jan. 23-25 in Kennewick, Wash., will focus on growers.
Washington berry grower Jerry Dobbins dies at 77.
As part of a land purchase agreement with the local airport, Washington State University will move its Tukey Horticulture Orchard to the Spillman Agronomy Farm by Sept. 30.
André-Denis Wright, currently director of the School of Animal and Comparative Biomedical Sciences at the University of Arizona, will begin his duties June 1.
Washington tribes and environmentalists find Hirst bill they like