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Nearly 77 percent of shooting victims so far this year in county have been people of color.
He faces charges of first-degree murder and attempted murder.
One male and a dog were able to get out of the house, there are no injuries and everyone has been accounted for.
Council expresses mixed reviews about bike and scooter-share programs.
Admissions are on pace to only reach around one-fifth of their limit in 2019.
Police blotter for May 30-June 3.
EvergreenHealth partnered with Seattle Against Slavery in the fight against labor and sex trafficking.
The city is already looking for ways to address it, but details will be scarce until this fall.
Report by the Center for Climate Integrity shows multibillion-dollar cost of battling back the sea.
The city manager addressed residents a Greater Kirkland Chamber of Commerce luncheon.
College president Dr. Amy Morrison’s contract has been approved through 2024.
Police blotter for May 23-30.
The Legislature set the goal, but how does the state actually get there?
The Kirkland City Council met on June 4 and accomplished several actions for the month of June.
Pilot program would benefit wineries, breweries and distilleries. Several farmers are concerned.
The open house will take place at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints on June 20.
During its June 18 meeting, Kirkland City Council will congratulate the Lake Washington High School Kangs varsity baseball team on its 3A state championship. Coaches… Continue reading
The network problem was caused by a broken strand of fiber.
King County prosecutors filed charge against Dion Earl.
It’s hard to know what’s causing the bacteria to thrive.