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King County voters will choose between Jim Ferrell and Leesa Manion in Nov. general election.
The suspects allegedly lured a female from out of state into a hotel under false pretenses.
The festival celebrates the return of spawning salmon to Issaquah Creek.
The plan would be funded by a nine-year property tax levy which voters may decide on in 2023.
Over $2.8 million in grant funding was awarded to projects and efforts in King County.
The open house will take place on October 15 at Redmond Fire Station 11.
Funding for the grant was made possible by the Federal American Rescue Plan Act.
The dashboard tracks cases numbers and hospitalizations across the state.
The proposed budget will focus on reducing crime, gun violence, and behavioral health crises.
Restorative Community Pathways for youth offenders contrasts with traditional prosecution.
All marked patrol vehicles will also have in-car cameras.
Abel Dagne’s 90-second video focuses on noise cancellation.
Chief Darrell Lowe said the focus is in response to numerous complaints from community members.
From January-July 2022, 816 tons of litter and debris were removed from Washington roadsides.
Low humidity, gusty winds and high temperatures mean if a fire starts, it will spread rapidly.
Proposal asks WA Legislature to allocate $86 million annually.