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Better economy, more drivers & traffic

The state's population is growing, as Washington's economy moves past pre-recessionary levels, and those two positive trends are combining to put more traffic congestion in front of drivers in many areas.

December 2017

World Vision nets $140K grant to help in India

Federal Way-based nonprofit World Vision has received a $140,000 two-year grant to provide its community health workers in India with cell phones.

December 2017

Puget Sound tops in West for Q3 exports

With a robust demand for new airliners, western Washington tops all other West Coast markets for dollar value of exports measured in the third-quarter.

December 2017

New interim leader for MDC agency

A Tacoma-based non-profit that serves youth, adults and families challenged by poverty is getting a new leader today, on an interim basis while a search if formed.

December 2017

State AG slaps Comcast, again

Investigation stemming from a 2016 lawsuit is now leading the state to increase its claims against the nation's cable TV provider for alleged violations of Washington state's Consumer Protection Act.

December 2017

South-bound 5 freeway gets 2 lanes today

Traffic flow will resume late this afternoon on the I-5 freeway south of DuPont, following successful removal of damaged passenger rail equipment from Monday's fatal derailment.

December 2017

Business reactions to Tax Reform vote

Companies large and small rolled out positive endorsements for today's Congressional action to stimulate the economy and reshuffle the allocation of which Americans pay federal taxes – and how much is the levy.

December 2017

AG goes after retailer that isn’t ‘charity’

Thrift stores in the retail marketplace often seem to be related to non-profit organizations, even when they aren't. State lawyers believe that confusion is intentional for at least one chain.

December 2017

Record sign-ups for state health program

More Washingtonians than ever signed up for the government administered health plan marketplace through its first deadline on Friday, Dec. 15.

December 2017
More jobs, more workers = stable jobless rate

More jobs, more workers = stable jobless rate

A growing supply of available workers is keeping Washington's unemployment rate from falling further, below its historic position.

December 2017
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