AAA projects busy airports, ferries and roads over the holiday weekend this year, though still below pre-pandemic counts.
“Spoofers” are faking caller IDs to trick people into giving out personal information
Advice from local rescue agencies on how to stay safe while cooling off.
According to police, undercover detectives entered the storefronts and posed as customers. The massage fronts include one location in Federal Way.
Flu vaccination rates for children and preganant people reportedly dropped from pre-pandemic rates.
Many local libraries will start offering expanded hours in late May.
KCLS says late fines generate little revenue, with fines making up less than 1% of KCLS’ budget.
If passed, the property tax levy will help fund behavioral health infrastructure in the region.
Washington’s COVID-19 exposure notification app is scheduled to conclude May 11 in tandem with the end of the Public Health…
A bill partially unwinding a 2021 policing reform clears the Legislature. It is headed to Gov. Jay Inslee for his expected signing.
2022 incident involving Cicero Sanchez is still under investigation.
Martinez-Cosman’s body was found in Renton on April 11.
The conference, organized by King County Councilman Reagan Dunn, will be held May 11.
Anthoni Jamez Orozco died on April 6, a day after he was shot during a confrontation in Seattle.
King County Crisis Care Centers proposal would raise money through a property tax.
Leticia Martinez-Cosman, 58, went missing after a Mariners game.
The deputy was responding to reports of a car blocking the roadway with a passed out driver inside.
The suspect, Brett Michael Gitchel, is also accused of setting the missing woman’s car on fire.
Bills outlawing many semiautomatic weapons and adding restrictions on gun purchases are now on course to becoming law.
Gov. Inslee says it gives Washington a three-year supply. The purchase comes as a federal judge may order the FDA to stop its sale.