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The no camp on affirmative action is winning by just over one point.
The initiative promises $30 car tabs, but opponents say it will destroy state transit infrastructure.
The budget will fund a variety of programs across the county.
It will be a literal sea change for the nation’s biggest system — and a technically ambitious one.
Suit claimed arson investigator accused the wrong person in 2016 Dollar Store fire
Starbucks customer outraged at “whites only” graffiti spray-painted under the drive-thru sign; company “acted quickly to remove” graffiti.
The county is projected to run out of capital funding for roads and bridges by 2025.
A new report looks at the effects on parents here and across the state.
Auburn man who shot and wounded law enforcement officer during arrest gets more than 17 years in prison
Repeat offender had been linked to drive-by shooting in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood
Some Three Percent groups are armed militias patrolling the southern border. Others join far-right rallies with white supremacy groups. Chris Wisnoski said his organization, the Washington State Three Percent, is not affiliated with the national movement and focuses more on charitable works and community preparedness.
The director of the Snohomish County-owned airport was the target of a scam to register complaints.
A report due to the council in January could show opportunities for expansion.
Burien woman went missing in 1998
There are around 200 farmers in the valley, and most of them likely suffered losses.
Homeless man charged with raping teen after her family allowed him to stay at their Federal Way home
The victim was raped at knifepoint shortly after her family opened their home to a homeless man to help him get back on his feet.
The report fleshes out the two main options for trash disposal over the next 50 years.
Wealthy investors jack up housing prices in Seattle and beyond.
The report will look at ways to keep adequate power flowing to the plant after a July spill.
State law prohibits jails from complying with federal immigration hold requests.
Ten locations searched; 17 people arrested following year-long investigation