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They’ll still be required in some places, but Washington is following several other states now lifting mandates.
Eastside Fire & Rescue’s service area has had a total of 67 fatal overdoses since January 2020.
Census Bureau survey data shows what reasons are cited, and how Washington compares to other states.
The prohibition would cover open and concealed carry of firearms. State House Democrats overrode Republican objections.
King County officials say this decision is backed by science.
2 Line light rail link to serve 10 new stations by 2023.
Defendant accused of selling blue M30 fentanyl pills to clients after victim died in his apartment.
State Superintendent recommends change of mask mandate policies in schools, claims ‘landscape’ of pandemic has changed
Meanwhile, the state’s largest public school employees’ union continues support for masks in schools.
The 28-year-old man is suspected of sexual misconduct in Redmond, Bothell, Mukilteo and Canada.
Governor said he’ll say exactly when next week. Meanwhile, a pause on elective surgeries will end Feb. 17.
Democrats’ transportation package in the Washington state Legislature, as of Feb. 9, spends lots of money. It also makes new policy. Here are five points… Continue reading
U.S. House passes postal service reform bill after concerns of facility closures and declining service standards
The bill intends to improve services, expand transparency and to save the agency billions.
The proposed levies would help provide full funding to schools.
Da’ is a poet, a teacher and a lifetime resident of the Pacific Northwest.
The purchase is the largest acquisition of land in the tribe’s modern history.
The vehicle will be designed for safe emergency response during viral pandemics.
Center for COVID Control operated testing sites in King County.
King County Prosecuting Attorney believes pandemic gun violence is part of a national trend.
The 33-year-old Spanaway woman has not been charged yet.
Five inmates escaped from Echo Glen Children’s Center in Snoqualmie in a Ford Fusion on Jan. 26.