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Police blotter for Dec. 30 - Jan. 4.
The bills focus on gun control, consumer protection and raising vape and tobacco product age limits.
Police will now take more of a ‘mediation’ type role.
Here are a handful of companies from the Eastside that will be interesting to watch in 2019.
A new law seeks to strength data collection on missing and murdered indigenous women.
State environmental organizations’ poll points to continuing support for carbon-reducing measures.
A report on housing released in December was accepted by the King County Council on Jan. 7.
The report showed that department practices for responding to “unwanted person” calls was inadequate and that a new formal protocol is needed.
The city decided it would be more efficient to develop a single document with all of the city’s connections.
CenturyLink could be hit with both FCC and UTC fines.
Options for a new name for the trail include The Eastway, The 425, The Eastrail and The E.
Expect more congestion, longer commutes.
Lawmakers cite health concerns over tobacco and vape products
The King County Sheriff’s Office believes murder suspect Mical Roberts could be hiding out in Kirkland or another Eastside city. And detectives are asking anyone… Continue reading
Global Idea School will teach students Spanish and English.
After the shooting on Sunday, an adult male was treated for non-life-threatening injuries.
A report released by UW last month highlights further dangers higher CO2 levels pose to coho salmon.
Following gun control success on the November ballot, state Democrats are eyeing further regulation.
Police blotter for Dec. 1-5, 2018.
The council also discussed how to fill the vacancy left by outgoing Mayor Amy Walen.