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Joint effort to curb unwanted harassment proves successful.
Locals will vote on a variety of local and county positions.
While citizens have the right to an attorney in criminal cases, they’re not afforded the same rights in civil litigation.
Police blotter for April 29-May 5.
More than 500 people came to enjoy country displays, food, games and conversation.
Small, local special districts will face more scrutiny following Enumclaw drainage district case.
High construction and land costs will incentivize developers to build luxury units.
Tenant protections included longer notices and more judicial discretion.
The initiative could allow affirmative action to return to Washington state after 20 years.
Residents will vote on Redmond council members, mayor and school board directors.
Washington State House and Senate have passed HB 1155 providing hospital workplace improvements.
Police blotter for April 22-28.
State budgets allocated about $12 million to Redmond projects, excluding highway improvements.
This may not be the same opioid epidemic anymore.
A press release from the annual count showed a reduction in people living without a home.
Three companies at Boeing Field have indicated they will not service deportation flights.
Police blotter for April 15-20.
Small, portable housing units are being explored by the county to address homelessness.
New laws target vaccines, sex crimes and daylight savings; losers include sex ed and dwarf tossing bills.
Police blotter for April 8-14.