A Supreme Court decision in 2018 found that the DCYF was liable for injuries to children after they were placed in foster homes, which led to an increase in settlements in 2019 from previous years, said spokeswoman Debra Johnson.
A high level of fecal chloroform bacteria found in a SODO storm drain has been blamed on illegally parked RVs, leaving Seattle wondering who should be liable to clean the mess up.
According to their bylaws, the group embodies the "last defense to protect the citizens and Constitution of the United States if there ever comes a day when our government takes up arms against 'WE the People.'"
John A. Radavich, found guilty of murdering Senator Jon Tester's nephew, Robert, in front of his then-eight-year-old daughter in 2016, has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole by a Spokane, Washington judge.
Police in Seattle believe the duo told 911 of a shooting nearby to give them time to make their mistake.
A Washington State man called police to report his truck stolen. But authorities say a review of security footage showed the man burglarizing a nearby business while his vehicle was taken.
A Washington state man claimed the "Seven Rings" singer directed him to snip the wires to prevent the KGB from poisoning Americans with nuclear toxins sent through power lines.
Drugs were found stuffed inside boxes of bananas at Safeway stores in the cities of Woodinville, Bellingham and Federal Way, law enforcement said. The investigation continues.
Oluo says the hoaxers called police to falsely report that there were two dead bodies in her house; Oluo was in Boston at the time.
Jamie Bisceglia said she thought the photo op might win her a prize at a fishing derby Friday in Tacoma, news station KIRO reported.
Democrat and GOP state officials denounced a UW College Republicans tweet and the group president's warnings that conservatives—including President Donald Trump—are embracing the "cosmopolitan, GloboHomo agenda" of the left.
"She was screaming my name, so I wasn't going to let her just sit there. I wasn't going to let my niece die," said Derrick Byrd, who suffered second- and third- degree burns in the rescue.
A Washington state ordinance barring scantily clad servers doesn't violate the First Amendment, a federal appeals court ruled.
"I did say it, and I wish I could reel it back," Senator Maureen Walsh (R) said amid backlash.
One eyewitness said the shooter "was probably pretty embarrassed."
"Those with heart or lung disease, or who have a previous history of stroke, should consider leaving the area."
The ban came into effect on Sunday.
The revised travel order changed and replaced an original, more sweeping ban issued that caused chaos and protests at airports.
What if the new executive order disproportionately burdens Muslims?
A complete victory for Trump in the Supreme Court seems highly unlikely.