Gov. Jay Inslee wants answers about the sinkhole near Bertha before the tunneling machine resumes digging. Washington State Department of Transportation Yesterday brought the news that a sinkhole had opened up just 12 yards from theShow More Summary
Governor Jay Inslee of Washington talks about dealing with disgruntled gun rights advocates in his state and points out that problems like suicide, accidents...
Governor Inslee giving a "State of the State" address that may or may not be this year's. Office of Governor Jay Inslee Think of our state legislature as a spaghetti Western. Right now, we’re at the stage where everyone squints at each other for a long, long time before something happens. Gov. Show More Summary
Is Governor Jay Inslee happy with the state of Washington State? Find out today starting at 11:45 am! Office of Governor Jay Inslee John Stang says we're kidding ourselves if we think the current session of the Washington State Legislature...Show More Summary
Governor Inslee's new gun control push focuses on the idea of public health. Office of Governor Jay Inslee What Governor Jay Inslee's New Gun Control Initiative Will Do: Heidi Groover reports that the governor's plan "doesn't do much...Show More Summary
BURIEN, Wash. (AP) — Washington Gov. Jay Inslee signed an executive order aimed at curbing gun violence by improving data-sharing among government agencies and starting a new public health campaign on suicide prevention. "We are notShow More Summary
In Washington state, more people are killed by firearms than by car crashes, according to the governor's office. Aedka Studio/Shutterstock A day after President Barack Obama said he would take executive action to close background check...Show More Summary
A day after President Obama's announcement about new federal background check rules, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee plans to introduce a new public health initiative to reduce gun violence. More details will be released later today. Governor's Office Gov. Show More Summary
How do 3,200 inmates get released early, in some cases a number of weeks before their time is up? The answer is a complex, head-scratcher that has Washington Governor Jay Inslee rather baffled. The Seattle Times reports the problem started back in 2002. Show More Summary
More than 3,000 prisoners in Washington have been mistakenly released early since 2002 because of an error by the state's Department of Corrections. At a news conference Tuesday, Gov. Jay Inslee said he has ordered immediate steps to correct the long-standing problem. "Frankly, it is maddening," Inslee said. Authorities...
As many as 3,200 inmates may have been mistakenly released early from Washington state prisons since 2002 because of errors in calculating sentences, Governor Jay Inslee said on Tuesday. Those inmates had been convicted of crimes including assault and robbery, and their convictions included...
Washington Governor Jay Inslee says he found out last week about a computer glitch that's been releasing state prisoners early since 2002. Governor's Office A technical glitch in the Washington State Department of Corrections' computer...Show More Summary
At a news conference Tuesday, Gov. Jay Inslee said he has ordered immediate steps to correct the long-standing problem.
Republican Bill Bryant: Yes to the tunnel; no to a statewide minimum wage increase. WSDOT Bill Bryant Doesn't Support a Statewide Minimum Wage Increase: While Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee supports raising the minimum wage across Washington,...Show More Summary
About 185,000 homes and businesses remained without power in Washington state late on Wednesday, after a storm blew down trees and triggered mudslides, killing at least three people, authorities said. Governor Jay Inslee declared a statewide...Show More Summary
Washington's Jay Inslee is one of only 10 governors to express continuing support for accepting Syrian refugees.
Governor Jay Inslee is declining to join the many governors who say they don't want Syrian refugees within their borders.
Governor Jay Inslee says that 'Washington will continue to be a state that welcomes those seeking refuge from persecution, regardless of where they come from or the religion they practice." Washington State/Flickr ICYMI, Governors from...Show More Summary
Episode 26 of our Stranger week-in-review podcast. (Now available on iTunes.) On this week’s show we corner Washington State Governor Jay Inslee at the Comet Tavern and ask him a few questions. (Like: Hey governor, why is it that Boeing...Show More Summary
Despite the hype and the fear-mongering, cougars are elusive and furtive, doing their best to stay away from people. Photo by Thomas D. Mangelsen/For HSWLT This week, Washington Governor Jay Inslee granted an appeal made by The HSUSShow More Summary