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Applications due by 4 p.m. Wednesday, May 5.
UW study to help find if devices can detect early warning signs of acute respiratory infections, such as COVID-19 and flu.
Following federal guidance, Washington health care providers are temporarily pausing Johnson & Johnson shots while experts educate hospital systems on how to treat a rare… Continue reading
Meanwhile, the Blake decision has gotten people out jail, charges dismissed and possibly clemency for some.
Staff reports The Washington State Senate has approved a measure restricting certain police tactics and gear, including the use of neck restraints and tear gas,… Continue reading
Rights restored immediately upon release.
Salmon and orcas are in the spotlight once again as King County unveils a new strategic plan to rework its approach to protecting water quality… Continue reading
Sheriff found deputy’s actions “demonstrated a disregard for the public, (his) partner and (himself)”.
February unemployment in King County sat at 5.3%, which marked a decrease from the prior month, but was still double that when compared to February… Continue reading
DOJ says law enforcement agencies seized over 70 guns and hundreds of thousands in cash.
Staff reports In 2003, Gary Ridgway, Washington’s notorious Green River killer, pleaded guilty to murdering 48 women. As of today, two of Ridgway’s victims remain… Continue reading
The program is intended to mitigate court backlog of warrants during pandemic.
6,107 open cases is double the normal amount for King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.
Gov. Inslee said an expected increase in vaccine supply enables the state to open eligibility.
U.S. Census Bureau report breaks down the numbers nationwide
Eligibility verification via Phase Finder no longer required for appointments, vaccinations beginning this week.
Analyst suggests climate change is responsible for increased flood risks.
Marsh and his friend open physical and online trading card store as collectibles boom amid pandemic.
Four deputies would be assigned to group
For 34 years, a blaze at the old Everett Community College library was a mystery. Now Elmer Nash, 47, has pleaded guilty in the death of Gary Parks, then 48.