OLYMPIA -- A legislative fix to a court ruling on the estate tax was signed into law by Gov. Jay Inslee early Friday morning, hours before the state was to start issuing millions of dollars in refunds.
State Attorney General Bob Ferguson warns that scam artists are bringing vehicles damaged by Hurricane Sandy to Washington and trying to pass them off as if they are not flood damaged.
Clark County homebuilders saw continued demand in May that pushed single-family permits 53 percent higher than the same month last year, according to a report that tracks permits for single-family homes.
OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee is canceling his participation in the Paris Air Show.
May foreclosures rose by nearly 100 over May 2012
Clark County foreclosures rose 65 percent in May above the same month last year, and also inched slightly higher than April's rates, according to a report issued Wednesday.
Three Clark County technology leaders will discuss the evolution of digital technology at a July 11 luncheon presented by the Columbia River Economic Development Council.
Beacock Music of Vancouver has been designated by the National Association of Music Merchants as one of the world's Top 100 music instrument and product retailers.
The company planning to build a liquefied natural gas terminal near the mouth of the Columbia River has filed for a federal permit.
Washington's average annual wage grew by 3.4 percent in 2012, to $51,595, surpassing $50,000 for the first time, the state Employment Security Department reported Wednesday.
House panel focuses on Dreamliner issues
WASHINGTON — After two battery malfunctions aboard 787s, 100 days aground and one giant black eye, Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration have learned this: They failed to anticipate possible troubles, however unlikely.
In a forecast released this week, Boeing projects demand for 35,280 new airplanes worth $4.8 trillion in the next 20 years.
U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., signed on to a bill Tuesday that would make the New Markets Tax Credit permanent. The credit, which helps finance company expansions in low-income communities, is set to expire at the end of this year.
Commissioners pledge to track employment, services that lose funding
Consider the floodgates open. In another political victory for Clark County Commissioner David Madore, his plan to eliminate all traffic impact and permit fees for nonresidential development was approved Tuesday by a 2-1 vote of commissioners.
The United General Hospital board met privately Monday with high-level officials from PeaceHealth to hammer out more details of a future partnership.
Expert says oil leaks not a major worry
In the past two years, crude oil has become the top problem in terms of hazardous materials seeping from rail cars as trains haul commodities across U.S. and Canadian railroads, a federal official told the Port of Vancouver on Tuesday.
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