Though the federal government has said it won’t fight the legalization, marijuana is still illegal under federal law. That makes banks leery about taking money from the retail outlets.
The Washington Liquor Control Board proposed on Wednesday that Clark County receive 15 of the state’s marijuana retail locations.
U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler's first child has survived two weeks after birth despite a pregnancy problem that is usually deadly.
The bear came out of nowhere and slammed into the right fender of Marilyn Harker's car early Wednesday afternoon as she was exiting northbound Interstate 205 at Northeast 134th Street.
A weekend-long Interstate 5 shutdown in Clark County will divert tens of thousands of drivers in both directions, causing what’s expected to be a traffic nightmare.
An 18-year-old high school student was arrested after police say he was trafficking marijuana and Ecstasy to students.
Several Republican lawmakers filed a bill Thursday seeking an exemption to the state's anti-discrimination laws just weeks after legal action was taken against a Richland florist who denied service to a gay couple for their upcoming wedding.
A man who was accidentally released from the Clark County jail is now back in custody.
Initiative promoter Tim Eyman filed a ballot measure Wednesday to make all tax hikes passed by the Washington state Legislature expire after a year.
While 99 times out of 100, if you lose sight of your child, you'll find him safe and sound. But the FBI says its app is for that one time when your kid is gone and you need help.
Monday is a work day for a lot of folks but it's also a day to appreciate the natural environment we live in and take some time to think about what we, as humans, can do to preserve it for future generations.
Washington state's unemployment rate dropped to 7.3 percent in March, the lowest rate in more than four years, but the state still saw a net loss of 5,500 jobs from the prior month, according to numbers released Wednesday.
Washington state is delaying its timeline for granting marijuana growing and processing licenses - and that means legal marijuana sales likely won't begin before next spring.
A Washington Department of Licensing program that supplied fake licenses for undercover officers issued the most fake IDs to the Central Intelligence Agency and Defense Department, the Kitsap Sun reported.
The Senate has unanimously approved a bill that sets up steps on what should be done if legal amounts of marijuana are "inadvertently" left at stores that have pharmacies.