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Washington is a state in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States of America. The state is named after George Washington, the first President of the United States. It is the only U.S. state named after a U.S. citizen.

Washington was carved out of the western part of Washington Territory and admitted to the Union as the 42nd state in 1889. In 2006, the Census Bureau estimated the state's population at 6,395,798. Residents are called "Washingtonians" (emphasis on the third syllable, pronounced as tone). Washington is sometimes called Washington state to distinguish it from Washington, D.C., the US capital.

 

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News for Washington from The Seattle Times

A roundup of notable obituaries from the week ending April 18.

 

Amid skepticism by some lawmakers, Gov. Jay Inslee makes a photo-op at UW Station, to insist on allowing Sound Transit the entire $15 billion it wants to send to the 2016 ballot.

 

Opponents of a proposed smoking ban in Seattle parks this week warned that officials could use it to roust the poor out of downtown parks.

 

If the announcement by indicted state Auditor Troy Kelley that he’ll take a leave of absence doesn’t represent a state constitutional crisis, it at least represents a conundrum.

 

Readers rave about Daffodil Parade, rant about Chick-fil-A litterers.

 

Rain-fed reservoirs will keep most popular rivers boatable, but others running dry.

 

Columnist Carolyn Hax advises chilling over the wedding website’s “fund our honeymoon” page

 
 

Latest news for Seattle Washington from Puget Sound Business Journal

If companies want more technology workers and a more diverse workforce, they're going to have to help make that happen. Boeing and Alaska Airlines took a step in that direction Friday. Ray Conner, CE...

 

When the millionaires of Seattle reach to open up their checkbooks, these top firms are the ones right there beside them, available to advise them every step of the way. OK, so not every client is a ...

 

Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has a long and rich acquisition tradition, with at least 130 deals under its belt when it celebrated its 40th birthday earlier this month. But even for a company that loves t...

 

Global technology company IMS Health is moving its Seattle office to the waterfront building that's topped by the iconic Seattle Post-Intelligencer globe, according to sources. It's the latest notewo...

 

The world probably doesnt need another data analytics tool. At least, thats what Live Stories CEO and Microsoft vet Adnan Mahmud thinks. That field is already crowded with tools from successful compa...

 

A major general contractor, attracted by the region's growth, has landed in Seattle. Alston Construction, a California-based general contractor with 10 offices around the country, announced Friday th...

 

The cover story for this week's edition of the Puget Sound Business Journal takes a look at the disproportionately high number of successful Kickstarter campaigns that have come out of the Seattle are...

 

A quick glance at Kickstarters most funded projects in Seattle will easily tell you that the city has experienced some great successes what with Touchfires iPad keyboards and cases, Robot Turtles boa...

 
 

News for Tacoma Washington from The News Tribune

Visitors who travel to Red Mountain will finally be able to visit wineries such as Col Solare, Fidelitas and Cooper and see Canvasback and Force Majeure vineyards without having to…Cl...

 

The South Sound area has 86 runners registered to race in Mondays Boston Marathon.Click to Continue »

 

What happens when you cross a celebrity chef with a celebrity actress/lifestyle coach? You get the "Food Stamp Challenge."Click to Continue »

 

Now 80, Shari Wikstrom has plenty of excuses to stop walking. She doesnt use any of them.Click to Continue »

 

This nation of 1.2 billion people offers bustling markets, slums, temples and gardens…Click to Continue »

 

If you're thinking about adding a swimming pool to your backyard, then chances are the cost of the project is a top concern.Click to Continue »

 

Spring brings out the best in flowering trees, especially native species like purplish-pink redbuds, white dogwoods and sweet bay magnolias, all relatively small trees.Click to Continue &raq...

 

In spring 2006, when the death of his mother placed the future of his family's long-owned Kansas City funeral home in flux, Lindsay Jones had a decision to make.Click to Continue » ...

 

The Vatican ended its controversial investigation of U.S. nuns Thursday, marking a quiet conclusion to a boisterous battle between the Holy See and the main umbrella group of American nuns.Click...

 

A National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge denied McDonald's request for documents from groups hired by the Service Employees International Union that could have revealed the name...

 
 

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