King County Roundup

Bracken watches over baby pony Zara, who was born at the Mercer Island Funny Farm on March 15. Photo via Facebook
Bracken watches over baby pony Zara, who was born at the Mercer Island Funny Farm on March 15. Photo via Facebook
Bellevue Wolverines head football coach Mark Landes announced his resignation in early March after leading the program for the past two seasons. Landes had an overall record of 16-3 during his tenure. Photo courtesy Jennifer Landes
Bellevue Wolverines head football coach Mark Landes announced his resignation in early March after leading the program for the past two seasons. Landes had an overall record of 16-3 during his tenure. Photo courtesy Jennifer Landes
Issaquah will not be housing a supervised consumption site like the facilities found in Vancouver, B.C. Photo by Nicole Jennings

County Roundup: A Safe Drug Site Ban and Taco Tax Dodge

A weekly recap of King County news.

Issaquah will not be housing a supervised consumption site like the facilities found in Vancouver, B.C. Photo by Nicole Jennings
Photo by Nicole Jennings 
                                Gov. Inslee greets new Issaquah Mayor Mary Lou Pauly outside the zHome housing development, the first zero-net-energy townhouse development in the United States.

A Home With Zero Energy Footprint, a Legacy at UW, and a Hate Crime Plea

A recap of this week’s happenings around King County.

Photo by Nicole Jennings 
                                Gov. Inslee greets new Issaquah Mayor Mary Lou Pauly outside the zHome housing development, the first zero-net-energy townhouse development in the United States.
Bea Mathewson: email adventurer, devoted penpal, Buzzfeed star. Photo by Leah Abraham

Ferry Inefficiency, Pool Renovation, and a Centenarian Buzzfeed Sensation

A recap of this week’s happenings around King County.

Bea Mathewson: email adventurer, devoted penpal, Buzzfeed star. Photo by Leah Abraham

A Conductor Sues Amtrak, a Family Gets Out of the Movie Business, and Sonic Comes to Kent

Plus, the Eastside comes together in support of its Muslim residents.

A Beloved Eatery Closes, Whole Foods Is Ordered to Open, and a Mother Boycotts an Inquest.

Plus, the latest on the Black Diamond City Council recall attempt.

Bow Hunting in Bellevue, Church Threats, and Much Ado About Mulch

Plus, a former high school office staffer charged with rape.

Students Sue Their School, a College Stuns a Candidate, and the Fight for On-Time Ferries

Plus an effort to expand health coverage in South King County.