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Moratoriums on evictions won’t be enough, say some.
Answers and resources are short in short supply right now, but fire academies are still planned.
The fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic is hurting workers.
Gun owners are flocking to stores to buy ammunition.
Nonprofits, activists are expecting greater need as workers are laid off.
The orders are an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19.
It applies to everything from faith events to sporting events and concerts.
Nonprofits are expecting dramatic increases in requests following layoffs and hour reductions.
Masks, gowns and gloves are all in high demand.
Responding to the COVID-19 outbreak, non-essential in-person meetings for March have been called off.
A state Department of Health spokesperson said their phone system is being overwhelmed.
Those with underlying lung or immune system problems are more at risk for serious complications.
Metro and Sound Transit continue to operate normal routes for now.
It was filed on behalf of the family of a teenager who was paralyzed in the 2017 crash.
Low-income transit riders could see their King County Metro fares waived beginning in July, after the King County Council voted Feb. 25 to approve a… Continue reading
The King County Sheriff’s Office could be required to explain why it didn’t implement recommendations.
The change was recommended by the charter review commission.
The King County charter review commission recommended enshrining the power in the charter.
Meth overdoses are on the rise as well, continuing a trend reported on last year.
The utility owns two units at the Montana power plant.