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The waste management advocate said the decision to expand seems pre-determined despite assessment.
The lawsuit filed on behalf of more than 90 plaintiffs claims Inslee’s order is unconstitutional.
Members authorized strike after rejecting AGC offer for the fourth time.
Union spokeperson says understaffing was a problem even before the pandemic.
Governor’s mask order takes effect Sept. 13.
Community Advisory Committee for Law Enforcement Oversight is in need of applicants.
Understanding waste-to-energy’s financial and environmental impact in King County.
An agreement between the state and their union also provides for some leeway in meeting the deadline.
State laws passed earlier this spring require police to have probable cause to engage in a pursuit.
When Ria Mohan, a junior of Juanita High School in Kirkland, had to choose a topic of focus for a HOSA (Future Health Professionals) research… Continue reading
Firefighters have already responded to a number of large fires.
New health officer order to control the spread of COVID-19
Report analyzes 2019 killing of Anthony Chilcott by deputies.
While Lucy Goodson, a third-year resident at the University of Washington Department of Emergency Medicine, was working during the region’s historic heatwave in June, the… Continue reading
The program is aimed at reducing the number of unreported hate crimes.
Delta is the predominate strain in Washington.
Washington state expects roughly 6,000 refugees to come from Afghanistan.
Her book will be a required reading for 7th-graders in Kent School District.
“We want to close racial and ethnic gaps.”
Toll lanes would be added in both directions on the stretch between Highway 522 and Highway 527.