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Chuck Pillon has been living on a 10-acre junk-filled property near Renton for decades.
Final episode of our three-part series on controversial supervised consumption sites
In the first of a three-part series, we enter into the heated, emotional, and sometimes bitter debate around one of the most controversial policy proposals in the country.
In the year since a new kind of bikeshare was launched in Seattle, the bikes have been found in many interesting spots. But is there a place for them in the region’s future?
Agricultural workers end their own lives at a higher rate than workers in any other profession.
Park Service releases record of decision on relocating, killing animals
William Talbott of SeaTac was arraigned Tuesday in Snohomish County Superior Court.
The presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church gained international fame with his sermon at the royal wedding last month.
The suspect’s former friends have filled in some of the missing pieces for police.
One boat was stranded for several hours off the Port of Everett launch.
“I was just going to get my degree and walk away and she said, ‘No way!’”
Races involving 73 cars are on Saturday at a converted ranch where striped pavement belongs to kids.
The even is intended to host great live music on Labor Day weekend and give Port Angeles yet another economic draw.
Chloe Furnstahl will be partnering with the King County Sexual Assault Resource Center to continue talking about her platform.
The cause of the explosion and fire has not yet been determined.
The United Bid that won out names Seattle as one of 23 potential host city candidates.
The fliers were found in neighborhoods near Clyde Hill Elementary School and Chinook Middle School with candy seemingly designed to attract children.
After pressure from big businesses, city leaders cave on their plan to fund homeless services.
The race, now in its fourth year, features competitors from the U.S., Australia, British Columbia, and France.
After battling King County government for decades, Charles Pillon may have finally lost the fight over his illegal 10-acre junkyard.