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Addressing mental health crisis; Enumclaw’s secession; Cedar Hills Regional Landfill expansion is met with criticism | King County Local Dive
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The department will offer a survey and will host several open house meetings through April.
Man was charged with communicating with minors for immoral purposes and attempted rape of a child.
Emotions swelled as Gov. Inslee signed a measure that limits capacity to 10 rounds. The new law takes effect July 1.
DelBene earmarks $1.5 million for regional community venue and emergency coordination center in Snoqualmie Valley
The facility will serve as a space for farmers markets as well as an emergency response hub.
Sustainable waste management supporters have called previous environmental impact statements a “boondoggle.”
Sound Transit has set up detours, and plans for a temporary off-ramp for SR 520 Eastbound in June.
The race will take place on April 2 at 10:00 a.m., with a free kids’ dash starting at 9:30 a.m.
By Brooklynn Hillemann, WNPA News Service
Community meetings have been scheduled and a questionaire has been issued to collect community input
King County Council approves program intended to help fight displacement, promote equity among historically disadvantaged groups
Grants program and other resources will aim to prevent commercial and cultural displacement.
Restorative justice; police reform in WA; Snoqualmie Tribe petitions U.S. Supreme Court | King County Local Dive
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Library board members are appointed five-year terms, with a two-term limit.
Moving away from mandates, officials say the next phase in Washington’s response is about “empowering” residents to keep safe.
Here’s what’s happening after adjournment of the 2022 session of the Washington Legislature.
Sound Transit secures $15.9 million in new federal funding for construction of Stride bus rapid transit on I-405
Sound Transit spokespeople believe the bus lines will help reduce “chronic congestion” of traffic.
Your comments will be accepted through April 10.
The company outlined two specific housing projects near light rail stations in Bellevue and SeaTac.
King County scientists recently celebrated flying fish. The celebration came March 2 as a plane carrying 12,000 Lake Sammamish kokanee salmon eggs landed at the… Continue reading
First case involves death of Kent man; future inquests include Auburn, Kent, Federal Way police