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On Oct. 21, the King County Board of Health discussed striking down a county law that requires bicycle riders to wear helmets because of data… Continue reading
Recruitment is open until November 8.
Exactly how many people will be out of work for ignoring Gov. Jay Inslee’s vaccine mandate isn’t known yet. But it became a lot clearer… Continue reading
Same driver who reportedly killed Maple Valley jogger also injured man in Des Moines
City Hall Park, next to the courthouse in downtown Seattle, has had multiple reports of crime.
Health care workers unions claim hospitals have the resources to fix the issue.
Washington state law requires hospitals to provide free care for certain income brackets.
Federal legislation offers tax credits to subscribers, businesses and news organizations
King County councilmember proposes program to aid transition of Afghan interpreters who served the U.S. overseas
Program would provide job training and learning opportunities for Afghan interpreters and advisors.
A surge in vaccinations has eased concern about service slowdowns ahead of a Monday deadline.
Lambert received backlash after her campaign used flyers that depicted her opponent as a puppet.
The agreement comes after weeks of striking.
Apology encouraged by King County Council colleagues.
Director Tamer Abouzeid presents OLEO annual report to law and justice committee on Tuesday.
With help from a search dog, officers found 97,000 fentanyl pills and eight pounds of heroin.
Some say the imagery and rhetoric used are racist and divisive.
Report identifies over 17 million gallons of untreated wastewater has been spilled into Puget Sound, Lake Washington in recent years
The document recommends roughly $70 million in facility improvements.
Four COVID-19 variants are more likely to put you in the hospital, according to the Washington State Department of Health. The Delta, Alpha, Beta and… Continue reading
Union VP said agreement includes 15% wage increase as well as expanded job site parking.
Increase attributed to more expensive gas, housing, household furnishings and food, state’s Department of Labor & Industries says.