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  • Gov. Gregoire's husband undergoes surgery for colon cancer

    Gov. Gregoire's husband undergoes surgery for colon cancer
    Mike Gregoire, husband of Washington Gov. Christine Gregoire, underwent treatment for colon cancer, the governor disclosed in a statement issued Wednesday.  Doctors were able to remove a cancerous portion of his colon. “Yesterday, my family...
  • Voters will decide fate of gay marriage in November

    Voters will decide fate of gay marriage in November
    Voters in Washington State will decide in November if gay couples in the state will be allowed to marry. Opponents of gay marriage forced Referendum 74 onto the ballot after collecting nearly twice the number of signatures required. In February,...
  • Move to block gay marriage sets up expensive fight

    Move to block gay marriage sets up expensive fight
    The gay rights movement may have come further, faster than any civil rights movement in the nation’s history. But the fight over same-sex marriage continues unabated. The latest front is Washington state, where opponents of a law allowing gay...
  • Fraudulent signatures found in Ref. 74 petitions

    Fraudulent signatures found in Ref. 74 petitions
    At least 1,000 signatures submitted as part of a petition to send Referendum 74 to voters are believed to be fraudulent, Secretary of State Sam Reed’s office confirmed Monday. Preserve Marriage Washington, blocked the gay marriage law signed by...
  • Referendum on same-sex marriage approved for November ballot

    Referendum on same-sex marriage approved for November ballot
    The Secretary of State's Office announced on Tuesday that Referendum 74 has been certified for November's ballot. The referendum means that Washingtonians will be voting on whether to overturn the same-sex marriage law that was signed by Gov. Christine...
  • Refrigerator found on Washington beach may be tsunami debris

    Refrigerator found on Washington beach may be tsunami debris
    Charlie Coburn is always searching for something on the beach near Moclips, from sand dollars to bald eagles -- but this was a first for him. “Charlie was running out, he was the first one there, and I said, ‘What is it?’ And he said,...
  • Concern grows about Japanese tsunami debris

    Concern grows about Japanese tsunami debris
    Concern is growing about potentially dangerous Japanese tsunami debris washing up on the Washington coast. The massive earthquake in March 2011 that rocked Japan triggered a massive tsunami. More than 28,000 people were killed and entire towns wiped out....
  • A tsunami debris timeline

    A tsunami debris timeline
    A running account of tsunami debris finds and debris-related news in and around Washington: June 20: Large piece of metal, refrigerator, television A piece of metal initially thought to be a 7-foot airplane fuselage is found at Cranberry Beach in...
  • At gay pride festivities, focus is on November

    At gay pride festivities, focus is on November
    Thousands of Seattleties gathered this weekend for the 38th annual gay pride festival and parade. But as people celebrated, many are looking ahead to November, when Washingtonians will vote on same-sex marriage.  “It's a big year with Referendum 74...
  • Gregoire: Supreme Court's immigration ruling won't help Wash. worker shortage

    Gregoire: Supreme Court's immigration ruling won't help Wash. worker shortage
    Monday’s Supreme Court ruling that struck down key provisions of Arizona’s controversial immigration law could have an effect in Washington.  The agriculture sector, in particular, relies on people who are in the country illegally.  In an...
  • Idea of cutting a week of school classes may be gaining momentum

    Idea of cutting a week of school classes may be gaining momentum
    School superintendents across Washington are calling for a shorter school year if more budget cuts have to be made to education.  Last month, the governor rejected that idea and instead proposed reducing money the state sends to poorer districts to save...