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Concerns include more traffic, higher land prices, code enforcement and compliance.
Suspects allegedly brutally beat boy with a bat, chopped him with a machete before dismembering and dumping his body.
Senator and Representative met Oct. 3 at Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank.
The goals were ambitious but progress has been slow.
In 2018, around one-third of material sent to regional landfill could have been composted.
Bellevue topped the list for highest apartment rents during the first half of 2019.
The body of Sarah Yarborough, 16, was found on the Federal Way High School campus in December 1991.
The annual show is leaving Seattle’s South Lake Union and will call the Port of Everett home.
Judge says Citizen Solutions hid source of money steered to Eyman for his personal and political use
The poodle is more a pet. “He’s my service dog, marketing director and best date I’ve ever had.”
Washington state regulations for the marbled murrelet have been in limbo since 1997.
The library board is considering reducing the number of free pages from 75 a week to 10.
Jarred Rome was in town for his induction into the Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame.
A hospital tech has started a group for self-described misfits and outcasts who are into creepy things.
The power of the hyphen: The tiny taqueria changed its logo and colors and is now Taco-Book.
Lawmakers told that lack of maintenance funds has transportation system ‘in a glide path to failure.’
Richard Sanders is first demanding that Eyman give the court unfettered access to his bank accounts.
In a letter, the chief calls the investigation unacceptable, and highlights progress since then.
As backers of I-1000 gear up, a legal spat involving others is casting a shadow on their efforts.
‘Biggest shock of my adult life has been the Republican Party’s complete capitulation to Donald Trump.’