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King County reduces jail population by more than 600

King County reduces jail population by more than 600

At facilities in Kent, Seattle

King County reduces jail population by more than 600
King County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrest man after I-5 standoff in Kent

King County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrest man after I-5 standoff in Kent

Incident began in Issaquah early Tuesday morning

King County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrest man after I-5 standoff in Kent
Amazon says its taking ‘extreme measures to ensure the safety of employees’ at Kent site

Amazon says its taking ‘extreme measures to ensure the safety of employees’ at Kent site

Fulfillment Center employee tested positive for COVID-19; facility remains open

Amazon says its taking ‘extreme measures to ensure the safety of employees’ at Kent site
FAQ about enforcement of Governor’s Executive Order | State Patrol
FAQ about enforcement of Governor’s Executive Order | State Patrol
State unemployment insurance applications jump 843 percent over previous week

State unemployment insurance applications jump 843 percent over previous week

133,464 new claims due to COVID-19 related layoffs

State unemployment insurance applications jump 843 percent over previous week
Former Kent pro soccer team owner to face Kirkland rape charge

Former Kent pro soccer team owner to face Kirkland rape charge

Dion Earl extradited from Arizona while doing time for sexual assault

Former Kent pro soccer team owner to face Kirkland rape charge
King County COVID-19 deaths increase by 10 to 56

King County COVID-19 deaths increase by 10 to 56

Number of county cases up 44 to 562

King County COVID-19 deaths increase by 10 to 56
City leaders upset at county’s plan for quarantine facility in Kent | Update

City leaders upset at county’s plan for quarantine facility in Kent | Update

King County releases details about purchase of Econo Lodge

City leaders upset at county’s plan for quarantine facility in Kent | Update
In Monday's State of the County address

King County Executive: Reforms will put county in position to rebound financially

King County Executive Dow Constantine says reforms to make government more efficient and improved infrastructure will put the county in position to rebound as the economy recovers. Constantine unfurled his plan Monday during his State of the County address at a special Committee of the Whole meeting of the Metropolitan King County Council on the third-floor rotunda at the Norm Maleng Regional Justice Center in Kent.

In Monday's State of the County address