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Washington’s Attorney General plans to sue the federal government over the “zero tolerance” policy.
Lots of people in the Seattle area look to Vancouver for an example of what works, or what doesn’t.
Specifics of each agency’s protocols and funding for training still need to be sorted out.
Washington secretary of state, Kim Wyman, outlines the rights and limitations of petitioners.
A Harvard report shows the housing market is still hard on low and moderate income residents.
The Two Rivers School hosted its graduation ceremony on June 6.
The council increased the stormwater capital facilities charge to capture utilities revenue.
The road closure will begin on July 9 and end on July 13 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
Applications for vacant position now open.
The money was already coming, but Constantine wants to speed up the process.
The council approved a public works contract with Gridline Skateparks to build the park.
The mobile project—an alternative to permanent sites—still doesn’t have a defined timeline.
The fatal shooting of Tommy Le served as a case study for researchers.
One King County councilmember says male-dominated departments have “workplace culture issues.”
Lots of grass and warmer weather could make for worsening fire seasons.
An Auburn lawmaker has organized a suit that claims the new car tab taxes are unconstitutional.
More than 80 “drug dealing conspirators” have been arrested over the past four months.
YES hosts suicide prevention event to equip parents with tools to support teens.
Snoqualmie Council approved staff to explore four partnership options.
Two hikers were near Pratt Lake. One of the hikers fell off a cliff and died from the fall.