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A walk in the Cougar Mountain preserved hillside.
Revised budget passes six to one.
The capital projects funding is significantly less than previous years.
It would be a unified agency and the overarching authority on addressing homelessness in the county.
The Light Up the Night lighted people parade and Holiday Beach Party will be at 5–6:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 1 at Lake Sammamish State Park.
Residents, school district officials and city council discuss Providence Heights zoning to accommodate a comprehensive high school.
The plan will inform how the Board of Health addresses climate change-related health issues.
Gathered by lucky accident, data from the 4.6-magnitude quake could help assess bigger hazards.
Legislature will begin meeting Jan. 12.
Passing of the initiative could have major consequences for Issaquah.
Dr. Ense Ekpo will conduct his first concert with IPO on Nov. 25.
Most Eastside cities weren’t swayed by I-976, though more voters approved it than the county average.
Skyline sexual assault survivors go forward with lawsuit.
County Executive Dow Constantine: ‘We must clean up another mess that Tim Eyman has created for our state, our region, and our economy’
The budget will fund a variety of programs across the county.
The King County judge found the company misled customers into thinking it was a charity.
Council approves replacing 12-year-old system.
The initiative promises $30 car tabs, but opponents say it will destroy state transit infrastructure.
The no camp on affirmative action is winning by just over one point.
Preliminary results came in Tuesday night.