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Lineman charged with first-degree domestic violence assault
Lawmakers are eyeing a number of bills which could change firearm regulations in the state.
Advocates say credit scoring makes low-income and minority policy holders pay more for coverage.
Wastewater treatment plants account for about 70% of the excess nutrients.
More than half of Black renters surveyed said they owed rent money from previous months.
Loan comes a week after an over 10 million gallon overflow into the Puget Sound and Lake Washington.
There were no protests or arrests as troopers patrolled and the National Guard assumed a lower profile.
King County estimates millions gallons of untreated wastewater overflowed into surrounding waters.
An 18-cent gas tax increase and a fee on carbon emissions would fund new roads and more.
Research done at The Firearm Injury and Policy Research Program at Harborview Injury Prevention and Research Center suggest three policy solutions to help reduce rates… Continue reading
Officials plan to buy hotels, motels and nursing homes for conversion into permanent housing.
The right-wing social media website is not being hosted by Epik, but registered its domain.
Bill’s sponsors want to give legislature control over COVID-19 restrictions.
Preliminary toxicology testing shows most overdose victims used multiple types of drugs.
At the start of an historic third term, the governor is charting a course out of the pandemic.
King County sits only miles away from one-third of the deployed U.S. nuclear arsenal.
State lawmakers will work remotely as they tackle COVID-19, economic recovery, police reform and more.
Online tools will provide increased access.
“16,000 adults must be vaccinated every day for six months,” said King County Executive Dow Constantine.
A mob of right-wing agitators stormed the Capitol Building on Jan. 6, as Congress was preparing to certify the Electoral College presidential election count in… Continue reading