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Temperatures are expected to reach the upper 90s for the second time this summer.
Workers must do so by mid-October to keep their jobs. The order also covers long-term care providers.
Rally was scheduled in light of a recent attack at King County Courthouse.
City says test results indicate the water is safe.
This year’s event will focus on promoting self-advocacy in the creative sector.
A Federal Way man was arrested Aug. 4 for his alleged involvement in the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot. An FBI Special Agent signed an… Continue reading
City officials are worried about contaminated tap water despite the repair of the pipe.
Cause of death determined to be a suicide by medical examiner.
“This bill corrects a historic injustice,” said Sen. Karen Keiser (D-Des Moines).
The U.S. The Forest Service announced that camp fires are prohibited in the Mt.Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest beginning July 30. The ban will last indefinitely until… Continue reading
Workers cite lack of medical leave, outsourcing and bad-faith negotiations as reason for strike.
In Washington, schools have seen parents protest and threaten to remove their children from schools.
Crime is rising in the ’dangerous environment that has surrounded our seat of government.’
Data suggests the vaccine is effective in preventing hospitalization for COVID-19
Some lawyers testified that the backlog has created an “access to justice” problem.
It features a boardwalk that connects to the Cross Kirkland Corridor and a playground.
Local exterminator noticed big change in rats over the past 40 years.
Still unclear what the standards will be, who will enforce it, and how jurisdictions will interact.
The real estate developer says the eight-story development will have about 250 units of housing.
Firefighters had to rescue two residents from the roof of an apartment building in downtown Auburn that burned late Friday night and into early Saturday… Continue reading