More dogs than ever before are getting very sick from eating marijuana, and one local vet doesn't see the trend stopping anytime soon now that pot has been legalized.
Pot-infused bacon? There's a shop for that.
Washington became the fifth state this year to sign into law protections of social media passwords at the workplace and job interviews.
As lawmakers wrap up their first week of a special legislative session, Senate majority leaders have asked that more than 30 bills be considered as part of the budget discussions.
Oregon legislators are considering a bill to legalize and license medical marijuana retailers, calling it a step toward reining in abuses of the state's 15-year-old effort to allow people to use pot for therapy.
The state released preliminary draft rules Thursday on the emerging recreational marijuana market, covering an array of topics ranging from how pot should be grown and tested for quality assurance to what types of security should be required at state-licensed pot businesses.
Washington lawmakers are considering ways to make it easier for citizens to recall elected officials, holding a work session Wednesday that explored the hurdles people face when they try to pursue such a campaign.
A Senate committee on Tuesday advanced a bill to make changes to the state's impaired driving laws, including making driving under the influence a felony on the fourth conviction, rather than the current law that has it at five within 10 years.
Some Washington residents may see lower insurance premiums under President Barack Obama's health care law, with proposed plans released Tuesday countering concerns expressed by the insurance industry just a year ago.
Washington lawmakers are returning to the Capitol on Monday for a special legislative session to address a projected budget deficit of more than $1.2 billion for the next two-year budget, plus a court-required increase in funding for the state's education system.
Oregon lawmakers have decided minors should not be allowed in tanning salon beds.
A measure to compensate people who have been wrongfully convicted in Washington state was signed into law Wednesday by Gov. Jay Inslee.
Emergency unemployment compensation will be reduced in Washington state due to the budget cuts under the federal sequestration law, state Employment Security Department officials said Wednesday.
A new state audit is calling for automatic notifications when someone like a foster parent or childcare worker is suspected of committing a crime any time after they've already passed an initial background check.
Republican state Sen. Don Benton, who represents Vancouver, is in familiar territory. He once went on KATU questioning whether a political opponent negotiated a backroom deal.
While you probably won't see officers with Mike-Tyson facial tattoos smoking joints while on bike patrol, the Seattle Police Department has loosened some of its regulations for new recruits in an effort to employ officers who better reflect the community they serve.
The effort to improve our courts brought Governor Inslee to the Tri-Cities.
Since marijuana has become legal, drug recognition experts have noticed a 50 percent increase in the number of drug-related DUI call outs.