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The city will take a “compassionate approach,” to treating the underlying factors of crime.
Complaint claims the museum is violating equal protections clause by excluding boys
Supreme Court decision to strike down drug possesion law leaves oppurtunity to shift paradigm
Bill’s prime sponsor says it will help address healthcare equity and affordability.
Report records 120,000 diagnoses in Washington.
The survey suggests Washingtonians drank more than 17 alcoholic beverages a week on average.
The investigative team is mandated by the Law Enforcement Training and Community Safety Act of 2019.
Scientists say viruses reproduce and mutate at higher rates, creating viral variants.
Kirkland police arrested three males under 20-years-old in relation to shooting.
Study shows infection rates to be two to four times higher than expected among minority groups.
The city’s plan includes long-term goals to significantly reduce waste and greenhouse emissions.
FHMS band teacher says students are largely “self-motivated,” to win the honor.
‘They are nothing more than push polls designed to instill distrust in government,’ says state senator.
Spokesperson says expensive and time-consuming boat recoveries happen about 20 times a year.
‘Wasting syndrome’ has decimated 70-100 percent of sea star populations in certain areas.
Chef Jason Wilson can give customers an interactive dining experience in their own homes.
Advocates say credit scoring makes low-income and minority policy holders pay more for coverage.
More than half of Black renters surveyed said they owed rent money from previous months.
Loan comes a week after an over 10 million gallon overflow into the Puget Sound and Lake Washington.
King County estimates millions gallons of untreated wastewater overflowed into surrounding waters.