Jaxon Ravens, Chairman of the Washington State Democrats, announces the party's intention to sue the Pierce County Auditor's Office if they don't make efforts to inform voters that their ballots must be postmarked by Nov. 4, not Nov. 8. Ravens held a press conference to discuss the potential lawsuit in downtown Seattle Thursday.
About 300 supporters of Washington for Good Policing and Justice 4 Jackie rallied on the Capitol steps in Olympia in to support the passage of Initiative 873 as a first step in revising Washington's current policing laws that they say make prosecuting police officers for a fatal shootings nearly impossible.
With retired Washington state Supreme Court Chief Justice Gerry Alexander serving as discussion facilitator State Representative Sam Hunt (left) and Thurston First Bank president and CEO Jim Haley prepare to present their pro and con platforms, respectively, during a question & answer presentation at Olympia Rotary Club's Oct 10 luncheon.
Governor Jay Inslee and Republican candidate for governor Bill Bryant answered questions at the Asian Pacific American Community Summit at the Tacoma Dome Exhibition Hall on September 15, 2016. Then translators relayed the messages into more than a dozen different languages.
East Olympia Fire District 6 Chief Warren Peterson talks about the need for replacing one for their late 90s-era fire trucks. The district looks to an upcoming bond measure to upgrade several equipment needs.
Video shows panicked skiers being launched from and abandoning a malfunctioning chair lift at a ski resort in the former Soviet republic of Georgia. According to news reports, the lift was made by Doppelmayr, the same Austrian-Swiss company that installed chairs at Crystal Mountain ski resort.
The chain’s CEO said the plan is to liquidate all U.S. stores, and likely those in Australia, France, Poland, Portugal and Spain. Stores in Canada, central Europe and Japan would remain open for potential buyers for those assets. Some 30,000 employees could be without jobs.