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Short-term recommendations include improved staffing and technology to reduce bottlenecks.
Counseling and an individualized plans for students caught using drugs and alcohol has led to a decrease in suspensions at Seattle Public Schools.
A ruling last week from a Texas judge striking down the ACA will likely be overturned.
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The decision, issued Dec. 27, sided with King County and allows it to keep collecting revenue.
The shelter has been in the works for two years as the building has been renovated.
The small island community relies on local volunteers and individual awareness to prepare for a major earthquake.
The service will help the hearing impaired and those experiencing domestic violence.
Three years after an alarming report made national headlines, locals are quietly preparing for disaster.
Despite environmental awareness and the public’s apparent desire for reform, statewide initiatives keep failing
Local agencies and geriatric care managers aim to increase public awareness about the epidemic.
MASS asks the city to prioritize reducing traffic and increasing pedestrian safety ahead of the Alaskan Way Viaduct’s closure.
The decision upholds a court ruling keeping the anti-consumption site initiative off the ballot.
Key Arena renovations will be completed without the use of public funding
The PTO says children have benefited from the Native-centered program, and that transferring the pupils would disrupt their progress.
City Attorney attempts to address inequities in criminal justice system and enhance public safety.
Report also says youth of color face a disproportionate amount of disciplinary measures
Lawsuit calls for removal of Casey and Wendy Treat, and CFO, from church leadership roles.
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More fires, floods and drought appear to be on their way for Washington state.