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The creek’s water discharge levels increase to rare levels with more rainy water expected.
Partnership includes restaurant and food brand owners and culinary gourmands from around the region.
Board of Health still encourages helmet use, but citatations will no longer be issued
Eastside Fire & Rescue’s service area has had a total of 67 fatal overdoses since January 2020.
Facility is expected to open in 2024, before Seattle potentially hosts FIFA World Cup games in 2026.
Census Bureau survey data shows what reasons are cited, and how Washington compares to other states.
State Superintendent recommends change of mask mandate policies in schools, claims ‘landscape’ of pandemic has changed
Meanwhile, the state’s largest public school employees’ union continues support for masks in schools.
U.S. House passes postal service reform bill after concerns of facility closures and declining service standards
The bill intends to improve services, expand transparency and to save the agency billions.
The purchase is the largest acquisition of land in the tribe’s modern history.
The vehicle will be designed for safe emergency response during viral pandemics.
King County Prosecuting Attorney believes pandemic gun violence is part of a national trend.
The 33-year-old Spanaway woman has not been charged yet.
Five inmates escaped from Echo Glen Children’s Center in Snoqualmie in a Ford Fusion on Jan. 26.
Workers at the East DDC in Redmond are concerned about how the closure would impact mail service.
King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office testifies on behalf of catalytic converter theft bill, suggests additional measures
KCPAO representative emphasized the importance of addressing the demand for the stolen car parts.
U.S. Sen. Patty Murray pushed for the funding, which will benefit several King County school districts.
The study helped identify challenges faced by residents and cultural organizations in Washington
SB 5697 would compel industries to report data, invest in infrastructure, meet standards.
Healthcare workers’ unions are supporting legislation that would implement safer staffing standards.
Collection company initially cited weather as the reason, but now a strike interferes.