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A coding error in third-party software that the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife used for its June special hunt permit drawings led to hundreds of hunters being told they won permits they shouldn't have.
Announced Monday, the Foodborne Illness Notification System from the Washington Department of Health is an online platform residents can use to notify authorities about illness or food safety concerns.
An effort to address budget woes and declining enrollment, EWU's rebranding will entail a renewed focus on hands-on learning over theoretical discussions. Critics say the move will drive away arts and humanities students.
Washington state’s attorney general has announced the members of its Artificial Intelligence Task Force. Here's how Washington’s approach aligns with, and differs from, other state efforts.
HearMeWA, a statewide hotline and mobile app from the Washington Attorney General's Office, is for youth facing anything from food insecurity to social difficulties, suicidal thoughts or threats of violence at school.
Last year, a series of near collisions at U.S. airports, which the Federal Aviation Administration calls “runway incursions,” raised serious public alarm.
Open data portals hold the promise of transparency and civic engagement, but only if people actually use them. Washington state tackled this challenge head on by conducting a usability study of their portal.
Plus, Washington launched a digital equity dashboard, Kansas announced funding for digital literacy, a Center for Tribal Digital Sovereignty was launched, and more.
Pano AI’s CEO discusses how artificial intelligence is revolutionizing wildfire detection and response by helping agencies optimize resource allocation and protect lives through smarter firefighting tactics.
Thurston County Sheriff Derek Sanders had been seeking approval to buy and pilot a small number of trackers in anticipation of rollbacks of state laws limiting police pursuits.