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Police blotter for Nov. 29-Dec. 5.
Both are part of Kirkland’s safer routes to school plan.
The agreement would consolidate emergency services for people experiencing homelessness.
The funding will be split evenly between increasing deputies, security and social services.
Public’s help sought in identifying a man caught on security footage.
An entrance to the courthouse was closed after an assault.
After five years, the county has updated regulations surrounding alcohol production and tasting.
Following wins in Burien and Federal Way, just cause evictions are on the 2020 Legislative agenda.
Council and city staff are finalizing a citywide transportation connections map.
Last year, Department of Natural Resources responded to record number of wildfires.
Police blotter for Nov. 14-21.
In King County, supply doesn’t meet demand for child care.
Business as usual has been harder borders, are there other ways to address climate migration?
There hasn’t been much coverage this year compared to the last couple years.
The capital projects funding is significantly less than previous years.
It would be a unified agency and the overarching authority on addressing homelessness in the county.
At its Nov. 6 meeting, city council received an updated on the 2019-20 snow plan.
The grant was made possible by a new legislative grant program.
The extent of the operator’s injuries are unknown at this time.
State hate crime trend has minor decline; crimes toward LGBTQ rise.