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More people are living unsheltered in the valley.
Lawmakers said the governor crossed a constitutional line.
Over half of all new cases are among people ages 20-39
Authorities say suspect ran “successful enterprise” for greater half of a decade.
Summer is here, but school officials are busy figuring out what fall will look like.
His order requires masks and physical distancing, among other measures, to help prevent infections.
Construction on a new pediatric therapy and early learning center will begin on June 29 after more than three years. The center is being built… Continue reading
The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe awarded nearly $1 million in donations to nonprofits across Washington state on June 26. Nearly $400,000 of this was given to… Continue reading
Jay Inslee says that until there is a vaccine, it’s the best weapon to stop the spread of COVID-19.
The city acquired it in 2013 from the federal government and has used it a handful of times.
The delivery driver was still working under his own name while receiving L&I pension, and owes the state almost $340,000.
Curbside service and book returns are returning in the coming weeks.
Inslee names civil rights activists, pastors, and cops to panel that may forge ideas for new laws
24 members includes families who have lost loved ones; police officials
Racism was declared a public health crisis by King County’s Board of Health. Along with the proclamation, the county’s health authority pledged to work more… Continue reading
Inslee cancels pay raises for some execs and orders furloughs for workers as special session looms.
Full list of what’s permitted
The city council voted to approve the conservation measures.
Each of 39 cities in county to get a shipment
Dozens of King County Metro bus routes will be returning to full service on June 22 as the state’s reopening plan moves forward. There will… Continue reading