TVW will be live at 9 a.m. on Monday, June 30 with the first meeting of the state's drone task force. Continue reading Drone task force set to meet Monday
Traffic safety officials are launching a new television advertising campaign in July to warn people about the consequences of driving after smoking pot. Continue reading On ‘The Impact:’ New television ads warn smokers about driving while high
Edible pot food such as brownies and candy likely will not be on the shelves when Washington's first legal marijuana stores open their doors next month. Continue reading Marijuana retail stores set to open July 8, but may not be selling edibles at first
Here's a look at what TVW is covering live on Tuesday, June 24. Continue reading On TVW: Safety at marijuana stores, examination of criminal justice system
On Wednesday's edition of "The Impact," host Jennifer Huntley gets reaction from Representatives Ross Hunter, D-Medina, and Bruce Chandler, R-Granger, about the state Supreme Court's latest order on education funding. Continue reading On ‘The Impact:’ Education funding, ferry water monitoring system
More than 200 bills passed by the Washington State Legislature this year are set to go into effect on Thursday, including new laws dealing with tanning beds, religious holidays and the number of credits required for high school students to graduate. Continue reading Hundreds of bills passed by Legislature set to take effect this week
Here's what TVW is covering this week: Continue reading On TVW: College bound scholarship, House Judiciary committee, Supreme Court
TVW was awarded two Emmy Awards by the Northwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences on Saturday. Continue reading TVW wins two Emmy Awards
The Washington State Department of Transportation is spending $36 million on replacing fish passage barriers during the current two-year budget cycle that ends in 2015, the most it has ever devoted to the project. But it still falls short of the estimated $310 million needed each budget cycle to meet the U.S. District Court injunction requiring the state to fix hundreds of fish-blocking culverts by 2030. Continue reading WSDOT update on fish passage barriers
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