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Transit-to-trails returns April 20.
The health system is asking for local voters to approve a bond measure of $345 million over 20 years.
Issaquah council approves contract with a third party to address financial operations issues.
King County Council to vote on plan.
King County treatment plant joins effort to counteract effects of carbon dioxide.
King County has progressed their land conservation effort with the purchase of a 24.6 acre property.
Mullings fills the board seat of Lisa Callan.
Over 200 IHS students walked out of class Wednesday, sharing messages of intolerance to racism, hope for a better future, and a call for change.
The Mountains to Sound Greenway was recently designated as a National Heritage Area.
If the budget passes through the State House and Senate, it would provide $26 million.
The city of Issaquah partnered artist Susan Zoccola to create four sculptures for SE 62nd Street.
Kent Paxton was recognized by VFW Post 3436 for his service in Vietnam in the 1960s on March 29.
Oregon’s new law could lay the blueprint for other states
Wangshen Leng had severe Alzheimer’s diesease.
Immigrant’s death was ruled a homicide by King County Medical Examiner’s Office, according to lawsuit.
New express toll lanes from Renton to Bellevue are coming soon.
Community groups remain opposed to PSE’s planned system upgrade.
Data on inmates not being cohesively collected is needed for decision making, advocates say.
Issaquah family and NJROTC surprise Dale Brown.
Employees will receive wage increases and $500 bonus.