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A report released by UW last month highlights further dangers higher CO2 levels pose to coho salmon.
Following gun control success on the November ballot, state Democrats are eyeing further regulation.
The city council approved increased funding of local service organizations through 2019 and 2020.
The Snoqualmie Tribe is bringing back their Charitable Donations program in January of 2019.
Boy Scout Troops 115, 425 and 466 will pick up trees on Jan. 5.
New statements and political fundraising from Gov. Inslee point toward a 2020 presidential bid
Take a look back at 12 of stories from throughout the year.
After months of work, the city council has passed the biennial budget for 2019 and 2020.
CenturyLink and King County report most 911 calls are getting through.
North Bend City Council has prohibited plastic bags in retail stores beginning on Jan. 1, 2019.
Starting January 1, Taylor will lead the new Department of Local Services to better meet the needs of unincorporated King County.
The diversion program recruits community volunteers to oversee local juvenile cases.
Councilmember Claudia Balducci donates three vans to help each organization in its mission.
The Chamber of Commerce invited citizens out to local businesses for the Christmas Open House.
Despite environmental awareness and the public’s apparent desire for reform, statewide initiatives keep failing
The widespread increase in rat populations has been wreaking havoc in previously untouched areas.
Snoqualmie has completed the stabilization of the Canyon Springs water line after a 2017 landslide.
The Paula Boggs Band will be playing at the Black Dog Arts Cafe Jan. 5.
Weather can change quickly