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Utilities could eventually raise rates to recoup lost costs, activists say that’s a bad plan.
Trains will run weekends and late night weekdays and will not board passengers
Construction is on track to extend Link light rail from 22 to 62 miles by 2024
“Between Two Swims” captures family’s brave adventures on film.
The anti-tax activist, accused of campaign violations, testified one last time in his bench trial.
To launch pilot project changing fare inspection practices
Letter asks for workplace safety, direct financial relief to workers
Staff reports Gov. Jay Inslee and Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal announced Dec. 16 an update in the metrics used to inform local school… Continue reading
2017 Amtrak train derailment underscoring need for emergency preparedness this winter and through pandemic
Washington State Department of Labor and Industries found more than 1,500 instances of violations including missing meal breaks, working during school hours and more.
People in Phase 1a will begin to receive vaccinations this week
King County ran ads for a natural gas coalition on its buses this year.
It will require a lot more coordination, but will be more resilient.
With these hardships have come stories of the power of community crowdfunding in our own backyards.
Nonprofits around the state are struggling to make ends meet during the pandemic, according to a new study by the University of Washington. The study,… Continue reading
It’s been a month since the governor imposed the new rules. And the pandemic has only gotten worse.
Outbreak at Seattle jail; individuals transferred to medical isolation at Kent facility
The county agreed to pay $100,000 after being sued after a 2016 K-9 unit arrest.
More than 65 species of plants have gone extinct in the U.S. and Canada since European colonization, according to a new study. The study was… Continue reading
WA Notify uses privacy-preserving technology to help stop the spread of disease