WA legislators are queuing up bills they want to debate next year. Here are 8 certain to garner attention.
Washington residents can order up to 10 free at-home test kits per month.
He served as Kirkland’s mayor and also led efforts to build the Kirkland Performance Center.
“It’s part of our culture to have an alcoholic drink around the holidays,” said Dr. Richard Geary III.
Washington lists the animal as endangered.
The Kirkland City Council adopted an ordinance to allow the technology on July 5, 2022.
The Regional Crisis Response facility will have a total of 13 staff members.
Washington lawmakers will hold 39 hearings this week. Nearly all will be conducted in person, which hasn’t happened in three years.
Last year was the deadliest year on record for transgender violence and deaths, according to the Human Rights Campaign.
The holiday happy hour will take place on Nov. 18 at The Winemakers Reserve in Woodinville.
Ferrell has three years remaining in his term as mayor.
It is first time that a firefighter has made their way through the ranks to EF&R Fire Chief.
Treehouse’s Holiday Magic program and store supported over 4,100 foster care youth in WA in 2021.
By Dec. 1, law enforcement agencies must either adopt the model policy or adopt a policy consistent with it.
OLEO said while it supports a body-worn camera policy, the KCSO’s current policy is insufficient.