Following President Joe Biden's directive that states must prioritize vaccinations of teachers and childcare workers, Governor Jay Inslee added these essential workers to the current list of eligible vaccine recipients on Tuesday, March 2nd.
A bill sponsored by Rep. April Berg, D-Mill Creek, ensuring that 9th graders who take advanced classes through the College in the High School program receive college credit for their work passed in the House of Representatives on Tuesday, February 23rd.
In a time of economic uncertainty, unpredictable layoffs, record unemployment, and Covid-impacted shifts in career planning, Washington State Patrol will be hiring 60 new Trooper Cadets and 24 Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Officers in the next six months and invites interested individuals to apply.
The Washington State Patrol confirmed there was a second shooter at the armed clash between opposing political groups on Saturday, December 12th. They seek the public's help in identifying the second shooter.
Washington State Patrol Detectives are seeking the public’s assistance with identifying the person shown in these photos from the Sunday, December 12th, shooting in Olympia on the State Capitol Campus.
The Department of Health is collaborating with Safeway Inc. and Albertsons Companies LLC to offer no-cost influenza (flu) vaccination for uninsured adults over the age of 18 to help prevent flu illness during the COVID-19 pandemic.