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Drivers and ferry riders could be in for long waits, depending on when they go.
For the first time in state history, the Supreme Court will define new congressional and legislative districts.
Gov. Jay Inslee has signed an executive order aimed at transitioning state government to an all-electric fleet of vehicles by 2035. It requires executive branch… Continue reading
Incumbent Dow Constantine is challenged by State Sen. Joe Nguyen.
Health officials say sharp decline in childhood flu vaccination rates is concerning
King County’s first Involuntary Treatment Act (ITA) courthouse comfort dog has died, the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office announced on Nov. 12. Murphy, a mixed… Continue reading
Replacing your lawn with Northwest vegetation can be beneficial to homeowners and wildlife alike.
Amount exceeds $1 million; including $500,000 from state Employment Security Department
Gov. Jay Inslee appointed the Snohomish County Democrat to succeed departing Republican Kim Wyman.
State DOH officials say pediatric vaccine will help protect children, slow disease spread
Andy Izquierdo left Waste Management to join agency; will make $290,000 per year
Pharmaceutical companies will have to waive patent rights to address vaccine disparities, they say.
I-5 traffic often backed up both directions near project
Kim Wyman taking job with Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency
On Oct. 21, the King County Board of Health discussed striking down a county law that requires bicycle riders to wear helmets because of data… Continue reading
Begins Oct. 25 at restaurants, bars, indoor recreational events
Alieu Drammeh, 53, didn’t have a license, but was hired repeatedly around Puget Sound.
Exactly how many people will be out of work for ignoring Gov. Jay Inslee’s vaccine mandate isn’t known yet. But it became a lot clearer… Continue reading
Out of 14,280 employees
State Department of Health recommends getting a shot