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Still unclear what the standards will be, who will enforce it, and how jurisdictions will interact.
The real estate developer says the eight-story development will have about 250 units of housing.
Firefighters had to rescue two residents from the roof of an apartment building in downtown Auburn that burned late Friday night and into early Saturday… Continue reading
In a joint lawsuit against King County, the Washington State Supreme Court ruled in favor of the families of Charleena Lyles, Damarius Butts and Isaiah… Continue reading
King County prosecutors note a backlog in court cases, point to the pandemic as the reason why.
Regardless of vaccination status, says Public Health – Seattle & King County
Researchers believe converting “gasoline superusers” is an important factor in meeting climate goals
The $186 million project is expected to be finished by 2023.
District 3 hopefuls meet in North Bend forum.
King County data indicates massive increase in fentanyl deaths from 2008 to 2020.
Eastside Fire and Rescue Board of Directors approved a ten-year agreement to share services.
King County leaders discuss implementing a new system that aims to better reflect the will of voters
Seizure control allowed her to communicate, make friends and have unprecedented independence.
Charges were filed following an incident at home of Sherman’s in-laws in Redmond.
A prosthetic leg arrived at the Auburn Police Department as found property over the weekend. It was found in the 100 block of 2nd Southeast.… Continue reading
Around 5:45 p.m. on June 11, an Auburn Police patrol responded to a suspicious circumstance near the area of 112th Place Southeast and Southeast 325th… Continue reading
Ubax Gardheere is running in District 9.
A final extension of the Washington state utility moratorium was announced last week, meaning the ban on shut-offs will expire on Sept. 30. A press… Continue reading
The Art Walk and Music Stroll will be held on the first Saturday of each month this Summer.
As of June 30, bar-goers are able to stand shoulder-to-shoulder and diners can sit at restaurant tables that have long been vacant to reduce capacity… Continue reading