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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

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

Thurston pharmacy tech suspended

Alleged personal use of a controlled substance intended for a patient as well as alcohol impairment during work hours has cost a Thurston County pharmacy technician her credential to work.

December 2017

Thurston ‘Boss of Year’ honorees named

The annual program to identify outstanding managers in Thurston County has selected three individuals to be honored in mid-December. Included are a long-time non-profit CEO, golf club manager and high-profile attorney.

November 2017

Ex-Seahawk Sam Adams exonerated

A former high-profile professional sports star, who was accused of business offenses almost three years ago, today heard a representative of the state Attorney General's Office apologize for bringing the charges.

November 2017

Hirst decision on water wells meeting

Building industry interests will gather tomorrow evening in Fife for an update and discussion on the status of Hirst decision, which has been blamed for shutting off new construction in rural areas.

October 2017

40/40: IT tools, justice & efficient homes

Today's "40 Under Forty" honorees include an IT leader who believes it is people, not tech tools, that are important; a "super lawyer" always seeking 'win-win' outcomes, and a preeminent designer-builder of Passive Homes nationwide.

October 2017

40/40: Mental health, issues and carrots

Today's profiled "40 Under Forty" honorees started making their impacts in Ghana, Alaska and Tacoma, and those contributions to community have only grown with their career progression in the South Sound.

October 2017

Tribes get federal $$ for crime fighting

Federal funds are coming to South Sound local tribal communities to battle crime and provide services to victims.

October 2017

40/40: Families, Community & Justice

A former charter fishing boat captain turned homes facilitator and an attorney who seeks to bring effective legal representation to clients who might feel 'priced out' of other established law firms are today's "40 Under Forty" honorees.

September 2017
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