Yes, Washingtonians will still need to turn their clocks back an hour on Nov. 1, despite Washington lawmakers approving permanent Daylight Saving Time last year.
That’s because Washington can't actually do away with standard time unless Congress gives approval.
This year, Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 a.m. on Nov. 1. Read more
With the General Election days away, it's crunch time for Washington voters needing to turn in their ballots.
Besides the presidential election, there are several races to watch in Washington state, including for governor.
County elections offices around the state are opening vote centers ahead of the November 3 general election.
In King County, there are going to be six that open Saturday, including one at the CenturyLink Field Events Center.
The state and counties are encouraging people who might need services at locations like these to act early. Read more
The night sky will bring an added treat this Halloween in the form of a blue moon, which has not occurred in nearly two decades.
Contrary to its name, a blue moon does not appear blue in color. It is simply the nickname given to the second full moon in a calendar month.
A Seattle couple has gone above and beyond to help families enjoy Halloween this year with COVID-19 precautions in mind.
Melinda Haughey and her husband Ryan built a candy chute that goes from their front porch to the street to deliver candy to trick-or-treaters in a socially distant way.
Plus, the couple created a crowd-sourced Seattle 2020 Trick or Treat Map, so families can check who is offering safe trick-or-treating in their neighborhood. Read more
Also see: Seattle local forecast
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