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King County Council approves creation of Cannabis Safety Taskforce amid rash of dispensary robberies
The multi-agency task force will cooperate to find ways to improve safety in the cash-only industry.
Overhaul includes new website, mobile application and digital business account manager.
Special podcast series explores Auburn Police Officer Jeffrey Nelson’s role in the death of Jesse Sarey.
The school will be closed on May 16 and May 17.
The class will take place on May 17 at 4:00 p.m. and will show eating habits of animals.
This added on to the existing number of vacancies in the department.
The seat became vacant when Ken Gamblin resigned on January 17.
According to Raintown Realty, in 2021 the company garnered $113 million in transaction volume.
King County audit finds backlog of property tax exemption applications for seniors, people with disabilities, and disabled veterans
The auditors found that program expansions lead to three-times the amount of applications.
Most of the settlement money will be used to mitigate the opioid crisis in Washington.
King County Local Dive: Another cop is in trouble; protection order disparities; city bans public use of fentanyl
A new podcast for King County residents
Virtual meeting and Q&A sessions will be hosted on May 12 and 19.
Shots fired at truck April 29 in Auburn
As of April 28, 70 TB cases have been reported, and 17 new cases have connections with each other.
Puget Sound’s kelp forest are in decline due to pollution and threats from climate change.
Amid teacher shortage, Renton pilots program to fast-track students into educators for the district.
County auditor finds barriers to access, inequities in outcomes for people seeking protection orders
The auditors made several recommendations to improve the protection order process.
A hearing and confirmation process for the appointment is set to begin on May 18.
The nine valedictorians and five salutatorians share their paths for the future.
In most transit areas, fares won’t be collected from 3:00 a.m. on May 14 until 2:29 a.m. on May 16.