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Program is underfunded by roughly $250 million annually
A new law seeks to strength data collection on missing and murdered indigenous women.
28 cities have ordinances that restrict or ban ownership of pit bull terriers
County trail project on hold The King County Parks department announced the Green to Cedar Rivers Trail North project has been put on hold pending… Continue reading
The grant is called Best Starts for Kids
Bills in the House and Senate could mean residents bothered by odor won’t be able to sue.
A week after the Supreme Court ruling, active-duty service members remain uncertain about their future.
Because of the amount of deadly car accidents that occur on Highway 18, multiple cities and groups came together to advocate to widen the highway to make it safer.
Six-month moratorium on new fossil fuel infrastructure was narrowly approved
The goal is to help struggling individuals and families keep more of what they earn
Health officials said un-immunized groups of students in schools can pose an increased risk of spreading preventable diseases
A recently “retired” King County employee started its new career with Metropolitan King County Councilmember Reagan Dunn delivering a surplus Metro Vanpool van to the Tahoma School District’s Student Transition Program.
Lawmakers cite health concerns over tobacco and vape products
Should we ship away waste or build an incinerator?
The search is on The Black Diamond Community Center is looking for new board members. The board meets the second Monday of each month from… Continue reading
The food bank added days and hours to provide two resource information sessions
Local public health officials are investigating a suspected measles case in a King County man. He went to several locations in the area such as two Kentlake basketball games on Jan. 10 and Jan. 12.
This it the team’s 23rd time winning the Washington State Civics Championship
The new bear statue is being installed at the Southeast Tahoma Way roundabout
Public Health is warning those who use illicit drugs to take extra care after reported uptick in overdoses
Seattle and King County is warning people who use illicit drugs to take extra care and not to use drugs alone. The warning comes after seven overdoses were reported in the north area.