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Th assaulted woman was walking home from Tech City Bowl and was taken the hospital.
Gov. Jay Inslee visited the school to learn how Career Connect Washington has supported students.
Shields, who started working for the city in 1977, died after a multi-year battle with cancer.
Preliminary tests determined nothing is hazardous and police believe it fell out of someone’s bag.
The city of Kirkland established a community outreach effort to better resolve similar situations.
More fires, floods and drought appear to be on their way for Washington state.
The buses would be able to travel more than 140 miles without recharging.
KCLSF receives an $80,000 grant from the Boeing Company
The city is in the national spotlight after Byron Ragland was asked to ‘move along’ for being black.
Budget priorities include affordable housing and homelessness, public safety and expanding transit access and options.
Eric Shields started at Kirkland as an intern and worked his way up to planning director.
An Issaquah-based registry company is hosting the site that was pulled after the synagogue shooting.
Eastside police departments speak on the ‘porch pirate’ problem and ask locals to report the crime.
The contractor has upgraded more than 30 curb ramps on Lake Washington Boulevard since October.
Store had posted an apology letter to its front door.
City apologizes after police were called on a black man at Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt.
Warning signs must be posted in all King County gun stores and firing ranges.
The investigation comes after officers may have improperly responded to a call from Menchie’s.
The 2019 District Budget will maintain current flood protection services.
For three decades, AFIS has helped law enforcement solve thousands of cases.