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More fires, floods and drought appear to be on their way for Washington state.
Area governments and nonprofits purchased the remaining 80 acres of the 250 acre preservation area.
23 people have been infected with a Shiga toxin-producing E. coli bacteria in 11 states.
Summers will continue to get warmer and drier which could affect the Snoqualmie River.
Holiday travelers should be prepared for snow on the state’s three main mountain passes this weekend.
Warning signs must be posted in all King County gun stores and firing ranges.
The drive-thru espresso stand was closed after a permitting dispute with the county.
County representatives met in North Bend to talk with residents about an investment plan.
Preliminary tallies are in for the state’s four initiatives.
The King County Flood Control District recently awarded $4.6 million in grants to local watersheds.
The Washington State Transportation Commission was updated on various programs on Oct. 16.
Washington, Oregon and British Columbia study a corridor which would let trains travel at 250 mph.
The Snoqualmie-based company builds ultrasound and eddy current testing tech.
The Eastside has a few options for seasonal squash hunters.
Puget Sound will see drier summers and heavier rain during the winter.
Waste Management fleet without fuel; PSE has urged customers to reduce consumption.
Money is pouring into the state’s initiative races.
Lower than expected counts of coho salmon prompted the state to restrict fishing.
Following the coffee chain’s collapse earlier this year, other Eastside businesses are moving in.
That hasn’t stopped Google and Facebook from looking to expand.