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The city will collect revenues from a new sales tax increase for affordable housing, unless King County supports funding a long-time housing project in Issaquah.
Justices unanimously agreed that voter-approved Initiative 976 is unconstitutional.
Republican Sue Kuehl Pederson is challenging incumbent Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz.
Investor-owned electric and natural gas utilities in WA can’t disconnect customers through April.
The recent Lost Wages Assistance program pumped an extra $625 million to Washington’s unemployed.
The city will face financial challenges ahead with the economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
In their only televised match-up, the two gubernatorial candidates differed on pretty much everything.
New rules come as coronavirus cases are on the rise statewide.
The two candidates will answer questions for an hour but they will not be on stage together.
Cecil Lacy Jr. of Tulalip died in 2015 while in police custody.
Downside for climate policy supporters is it can risk alienating moderate or right-leaning voters.
Public Health is urging anyone who visited the lodge to monitor for symptoms or get tested.
Boeing declined comment on a Wall Street Journal story saying the passenger jet’s assembly will move to South Carolina.
The candidates squared off at an Issaquah Chamber of Commerce forum.
A jump in tax collections cuts a projected $9 billion shortfall in half, acccording to new forecast.
Kindergarten and first grade could return for some in-person learning by Oct. 15
A new paper outlines a potential plan for the region.
Forum set for Oct. 1.
The letter describes life in a pandemic, and the plans for future Issaquah
With funding tied to getting students to school, districts are uncertain how much money they’ll receive.