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The Washington State Transportation Commission was updated on various programs on Oct. 16.
The Eastside has a few options for seasonal squash hunters.
The Snoqualmie-based company builds ultrasound and eddy current testing tech.
The annual celebration attracted thousands from across the region.
Waste Management fleet without fuel; PSE has urged customers to reduce consumption.
Money is pouring into the state’s initiative races.
Following the loss of her horse, Issaquah woman hopes to help future rescue efforts.
Following the coffee chain’s collapse earlier this year, other Eastside businesses are moving in.
The first annual fishing derby netted 636 pounds of yellow perch.
Puget Sound Energy representatives presented an annual update to their integrated resource plan.
The coffee roaster resides in a quiet Issaquah neighborhood.
That hasn’t stopped Google and Facebook from looking to expand.
The council will now try and buy the 46-acre property from the landowners.
The federal government hopes to rebuild a dwindling Washington grizzly population.
A growing number of voices on the left are campaigning for a profit-free health system.
The department is facing a $33 million shortfall and also hopes to secure future funding.
A video showing a trainer using a plastic bat to train a dog was not animal abuse, county says.
A study released last week shows air quality in much of the west is worsening.
Kennel’s owners Jack and Colleen McDaniel said they have received hundreds of threats.
Venues struggle to cut mustard in the booming Seattle area’s outer edges.