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The mobile project—an alternative to permanent sites—still doesn’t have a defined timeline.
The fatal shooting of Tommy Le served as a case study for researchers.
After battling King County government for decades, Charles Pillon may have finally lost the fight over his illegal 10-acre junkyard.
One King County councilmember says male-dominated departments have “workplace culture issues.”
A joint operation by local and federal officals arrested 35 “drug dealing conspirators” on June 6.
An Auburn lawmaker has organized a suit which claims the new car tab taxes are unconstitutional.
The annual One Night Count shows a four percent homeless population increase and a spike in people living in vehicles.
But once councilmember thinks funding for affordable housing and the arts should come before subsidizing stadium maintenance.
The proposed plan would protect forests, trails, shorelines, and farms.
Legal experts think past lawsuits against the tobacco industry increase the odds for a favorable outcome.
King County, however, won’t get any of that money.
Designed to improve voter turnout, the measure was approved in time for the 2018 midterm elections.
The stats don’t lie—the system isn’t working.
The case will determine if an initiative banning the project in King County can go to the ballot.
The move comes after calls for change from advocates within the system.
The agency sets aside land in hopes of making transit more equitable.
Faster bus lines along I-405 and SR-522 are in the works.
New statistics show a decrease in unemployment and higher average pay, but the growth may start to slow.
While All Home attempts to address the issue, the group’s lack of actual power results in little change.
Following intense resistance to the proposal from the suburbs, county officials are taking a wait-and-see approach.