State Politics

State Politics

How Mid-Columbia lawmakers voted this week

With less than two weeks to go in the regular session of the Legislature, House lawmakers this week passed Democratic proposals for the state supplemental operating and transportation budgets. The House also passed a bill regulating the use of data from body cameras worn by law enforcement and corrections officers.

Videos

More Videos

Seattle firm plans luxury apartments at Columbia Point 00:30

Seattle firm plans luxury apartments at Columbia Point

TVW films jury public service announcement in Franklin County courtroom 01:03

TVW films jury public service announcement in Franklin County courtroom

Hearing for murder suspect Francisco Javier Munoz Quintero in Benton County Superior Court 01:22

Hearing for murder suspect Francisco Javier Munoz Quintero in Benton County Superior Court

Seahawks' top pick Germain Ifedi is happy 02:08

Seahawks' top pick Germain Ifedi is happy

Koalas return to the Kansas City Zoo for the summer, fall 01:41

Koalas return to the Kansas City Zoo for the summer, fall

Earth Day Cleanup by kayak at Casey Pond in Burbank 01:06

Earth Day Cleanup by kayak at Casey Pond in Burbank

Yakama National Tribal School students visit PNNL 01:39

Yakama National Tribal School students visit PNNL

Trailer: FBI, DEA produce documentary warning teens about heroin 01:55

Trailer: FBI, DEA produce documentary warning teens about heroin

Bellingham man made legendary 2007 Super Bowl guitar for Prince 01:06

Bellingham man made legendary 2007 Super Bowl guitar for Prince

Cows fall out of trailer on California highway, prompting a low speed pursuit 01:43

Cows fall out of trailer on California highway, prompting a low speed pursuit

Learn how to protect your family from potential dangers of lead poisoning 01:56

Learn how to protect your family from potential dangers of lead poisoning

Fire damages Kennewick house in 3900 block of South Zillah Street. 00:55

Fire damages Kennewick house in 3900 block of South Zillah Street.

Share Video

Seattle firm plans luxury apartments at Columbia Point

Evergreen Housing Development Group is preparing to break ground on a 94-unit, three-building apartment complex at 575 Columbia Point after securing building permits earlier this month.
Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Seattle firm plans luxury apartments at Columbia Point 00:30

Seattle firm plans luxury apartments at Columbia Point

TVW films jury public service announcement in Franklin County courtroom 01:03

TVW films jury public service announcement in Franklin County courtroom

Hearing for murder suspect Francisco Javier Munoz Quintero in Benton County Superior Court 01:22

Hearing for murder suspect Francisco Javier Munoz Quintero in Benton County Superior Court

Seahawks' top pick Germain Ifedi is happy 02:08

Seahawks' top pick Germain Ifedi is happy