Articles published Fri, Apr 1, 2011
Everett Police arrest market owner in fraud case
Marysville Police Arrest Store Owner for Food Stamp Fraud
Collision investigators aim to keep young drivers safe
New report highlights Washington’s Recovery Act transportation investments
In the first two years of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, construction crews across Washington preserved 820 lane miles of rural and urban highways and upgraded 879 miles of roadway to reduce the risk of serious collisions.
Crews start clearing efforts on Cayuse and Chinook passes
Drivers can look forward to more travel options by the end of May
UW Lecturers Vote to Unionize
While labor unions - and union-busting efforts - are making headlines elsewhere in the nation, a new union local is being formed on the University of Washington campus without a controversy.
A Financial Challenge: Keeping WA Kids Fed and Learning This Summer
Spring has barely arrived, but school districts across the state are already thinking about summer.
WA Hosts Weekend Rally for Workers' Rights
Union members from Washington, Oregon and British Columbia say if they chant loud enough this weekend, they might just be heard in Wisconsin.
UFC debuted in Seattle to a sellout crowd of more than 14,000 cheering fans
The world of mixed martial arts (MMA) has become a mainstream sport, and has caught on with fans of all ages, and both sexes.