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Lawmakers sponsor companion bills in the House and Senate.
Transportation generates nearly half of all greenhouse gas emissions in the state.
By Leona Vaughn, WNPA News Service OLYMPIA — Gov. Jay Inslee stood before the Washington Legislature to deliver his 2020 State of the State Address… Continue reading
The film tracks the ‘all hands on deck’ effort to save the little red fish from extinction.
The Backbone Campaign hopes it will reduce emissions and jump-start depressed communities.
District-wide closures can be complicated due to LWSD’s 76-square-mile footprint and varying microclimates.
A new report said there should have been an additional 225,000 units created between 2010 and 2015.
WA lawmakers examine issues heading into 60-day session.
The King County Council was sworn in on Jan. 8, with three familiar faces and one new face. Councilmembers Jeanne Kohl-Welles (District 4), Claudia Balducci… Continue reading
After months of negotiations, LWESP authorized a strike Jan. 7; District says LWESP can’t legally strike.
The Kirkland City Council was briefed on K Line progress at a December meeting.
Interested candidates have until Jan. 14 to apply.
A man’s right arm was left “permanently disfigured and disabled” after a Sheriff’s Office K-9 was used.
Falcone will start in her position this month.
New auditor’s report shows schools have not reported accurate vaccination data.
Once complete, the bathhouse will be open year-round.
With the federal government in gridlock, states and finding ways to lower costs.
Not enough progress was made, nurses unions say.
After 38 years
Here are the top online stories for the Kirkland Reporter. 1. Toddler hit, killed in Kirkland Safeway parking lot The Kirkland community is mourning after… Continue reading