Cameron Sheppard

King County Local Dive podcast
King County Local Dive podcast
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County leaders move to explore publicly-manufactured concrete amid workers strike

The concrete workers strike has stopped projects across the region for months.

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Cannabis stakeholders want cash out of the equation amid rash of robberies

State regulators say action from Congress is required for cannabis industry to use credit cards.

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Eastside Fire & Rescue wants community input on strategic plans for future

The department will offer a survey and will host several open house meetings through April.

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U.S. Rep Suzan DelBene announces funding for Community Center and Emergency Operations Center in Carnation (Cameron Sheppard/Sound Publishing.com)

DelBene earmarks $1.5 million for regional community venue and emergency coordination center in Snoqualmie Valley

The facility will serve as a space for farmers markets as well as an emergency response hub.

U.S. Rep Suzan DelBene announces funding for Community Center and Emergency Operations Center in Carnation (Cameron Sheppard/Sound Publishing.com)
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County wants input for plan to develop Cedar Hills Regional Landfill

Sustainable waste management supporters have called previous environmental impact statements a “boondoggle.”

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King County Council approves program intended to help fight displacement, promote equity among historically disadvantaged groups

Grants program and other resources will aim to prevent commercial and cultural displacement.

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Angle Lake Station (File Photo)

Amazon to invest over $40 million in affordable housing near Sound Transit sites

The company outlined two specific housing projects near light rail stations in Bellevue and SeaTac.

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Puget Sound Energy partners with Issaquah School District to put solar panels on Pine Lake Middle School

The 480 solar panels will provide 175 kilowatts of energy for the community.

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Downtown Issaquah Association to host Wine & ArtWalk

The event will be held on Friday, April 15, from 6 to 9 pm.

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Snoqualmie Tribe petitions U.S. Supreme Court to review hunting and gathering civil rights case

Tribe leaders believe the court decision violates treaty law and creates a dangerous precedent.

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Bellevue man arrested in Kirkland for selling fentanyl pills to minor

When arrested the man told police: “I was just trying to pay my rent.”

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Issaquah darknet drug trafficker pleads guilty to conspiracy and firearm charges

Admits making over 400 online sales of fentanyl, meth, and other drugs while possessing 5 firearms.

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Screenshot of video obtained by Redmond police shows Richard Sherman trying to break into the Redmond home of his in-laws.

Richard Sherman takes plea deal on charges stemming from July 2021 incident

The former Seahawks player will not have to do any additional jail time.

Screenshot of video obtained by Redmond police shows Richard Sherman trying to break into the Redmond home of his in-laws.
La Quinta Inn & Suites purchased in Kirkland (Screenshot from Google Maps)

King County buys La Quinta Inn & Suites in Kirkland to become homeless shelter

The City Council simultaneously passes resolution to guide how the shelter will be implemented.

La Quinta Inn & Suites purchased in Kirkland (Screenshot from Google Maps)
Bellevue Police Chief Wendell Shirley addresses press (Cameron Sheppard/Sound Publishing)

Eastside law enforcement agencies form task force against catalytic converter thefts

Will introduce program to paint and engrave catalytic converters to deter theft.

Bellevue Police Chief Wendell Shirley addresses press (Cameron Sheppard/Sound Publishing)
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Issaquah Creek swells as Issaquah goes on flood watch

The creek’s water discharge levels increase to rare levels with more rainy water expected.

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Bloodworks Northwest and foodies partner to raise awareness of need for blood donations

Partnership includes restaurant and food brand owners and culinary gourmands from around the region.

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Cadence Patton, 9, gets properly fitted for a bike helmet at Bayside Bikes in Everett on June 17, 2016. Sound Publishing file photo

King County repeals bike helmet law over evidence of racist and discriminatory enforcement

Board of Health still encourages helmet use, but citatations will no longer be issued

Cadence Patton, 9, gets properly fitted for a bike helmet at Bayside Bikes in Everett on June 17, 2016. Sound Publishing file photo