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  • Governor Declares State Of Emergency

    Governor Declares State Of Emergency
    Gov. Chris Gregoire proclaimed a state of emergency Wednsday.  The action by the governor is in response to the severe winter storms that struck western and south central Washington counties back in December. The governor’s action followed the...
  • Man Arrested For Threats Against Governor Gregoire

    Man Arrested For Threats Against Governor Gregoire
    A Graham man is facing some serious charges after he allegedly made threats against Governor Chris Gregoire. Robert R. Locke is accused of making internet based threats that he sent to the Washington Governor's office. Detectives from the Washington...
  • Thousands Gather To Mourn The Loss Of Officer Jayme Biendl

    Thousands Gather To Mourn The Loss Of Officer Jayme Biendl
    A somber day as thousands gathered in Everett Tuesday to honor the life of Ofc. Jayme Biendl. The procession began at the Monroe Correctional Complex where Biendl worked and it ended at Comcast Arena where thousands gathered to honor her.  Hundreds more...
  • Governor Declares State Of Emergency For Dec. & Jan. Storms

    Governor Declares State Of Emergency For Dec. & Jan. Storms
    Today Washington Governor Christine Gregoire declared a state of emergency in 17 counties from the severe storms that hit between January 9th and 26th. In places like Randle, the Cowlitz River spilled over the highway and cut people off. The damage is...
  • Budget Cuts Keep Several State Agencies Closed Tuesday

    Budget Cuts Keep Several State Agencies Closed Tuesday
    Washington's budget shortfalls are keeping several state agencies closed Tuesday. The closures are part of a law signed by Gov Chris Gregoire last year that requires state agencies to not operate ten days out of the year to save money. The law assures...
  • State to get CDC help against whooping cough epidemic

    State to get CDC help against whooping cough epidemic
    The state is asking the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for investigative help in determining why whooping cough is spreading so quickly in Washington. It comes after Gov. Christine Gregoire released emergency money to pay for more vaccine,...
  • Biden Apologizes for Forcing Obama's Hand on Gay Marriage

    Biden Apologizes for Forcing Obama's Hand on Gay Marriage
    WASHINGTON -- Vice President Joe Biden has apologized to President Barack Obama for putting him in a tough position that led to Obama's announcement that he now supports same-sex marriage, senior administration officials said Thursday. Obama said in an...
  • Local political reaction to Obama's support for same-sex marriage

    Local political reaction to Obama's support for same-sex marriage
    Same-sex marriage was signed into law in Washington earlier this year, and will be on the ballot in November. Wednesday, local politicians reacted to President Barack Obama's announcement that he supports same-sex marriage. Here is a collection of their...
  • Hundreds line up for free whooping cough vaccinations

    Hundreds line up for free whooping cough vaccinations
    Hundreds of people lined up outside Group Health’s Burien Medical Center to get a free whooping cough booster shot – the vaccine is also known as "T-dap." The vaccines were offered to adults who are around children a lot and who can't...
  • 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,...