Two boys, 10 and 9, seriously injured in explosion. Investigators suspect the boys were playing with gasoline and it exploded.
This concerns the Washington State Liquor Control Board’s adoption of revisions to Chapter 314-55 WAC Marijuana licenses, application process, requirements and reporting.
King County Metro Transit is calling on Southeast King County residents to help develop customized transit options to meet the specific needs of riders from Enumclaw to Renton.
Join with family, friends and fellow outdoors enthusiasts in a fun event that supports King County Parks – the Big Backyard 5K presented by Group Health, May 31 at Marymoor Park.
Mount Rainier National Park Superintendent Randy King has announced that the park will begin increasing park entrance and camping fees on May 22.
Annual vegetation maintenance alongside King County Parks’Burke Gilman and Sammamish River trails will require several weeks of “rolling closures” with delays of up to 15 minutes for trail users as crews perform the work.
King County Metro Transit has launched a new recruitment campaign that highlights the pay and flexibility that being a part-time bus driver offers, and unmasks the secret identities of some of its drivers.
Senator Joe Fain breaks down education funding in Part 1 of a 3 part series...in 57 Seconds.
The Enumclaw School District roller coaster ride is finally over. After two weeks of not passing, passing, not quite and maybe, the King County Elections Canvassing Board certified the proposition as approved with 60.05 percent support, 3,913 votes, a margin of four votes.
Four Western Washington recreational retail marijuana businesses recently failed compliance checks conducted by the Washington State Liquor Control Board (WSLCB). Officers, working with underage investigative aides, checked 22 businesses for sales of marijuana to minors. The first checks represent an 82 percent no-sales-to-minors compliance rate.
This year’s annual statewide “Click It or Ticket” campaign will take place between May 18 and May 31. During these dates, motorists in Washington can expect to see extra seat belt patrols, which will include an emphasis on children who are not properly restrained.
All King County residents can safely dispose of old car batteries, oil, paint thinner and many other household hazardous items at no cost when the Wastemobile travels to Enumclaw, June 5-7. The Wastemobile will be at the Enumclaw Expo Center, 45224 284th Ave. SE, Enumclaw, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.
This year, the Fourth of July may pass Enumclaw by without so much as an officially organized bottle rocket or hand sparkler. The Stars-n-Stripes committee, which for the past 10 years has organized fundraisers to bring an official firework display to the city, has disbanded and passed the torch to Enumclaw’s Chamber of Commerce.
Today marks the 180th day since President Obama announced a series of reforms he was undertaking by executive action. Under the Obama Administration’s plan, millions of families, including thousands of Washington residents, would today be filing requests under the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans program (DAPA).
The candidate filing period ended Friday and the next stop is the Nov. 2 general election. For any race with three candidates filing the Aug. 4 primary will whittle it down to two candidates facing off in November.
The Cole Street Brewery was busy May 9 with people drinking beer for a good cause. The event was a fundraiser for the people of Nepal, suffering from a pair of earthquakes, aftershocks and subsequent landslides.
Officers were called to the scene of a residential address after a bicycle was ditched on the reporting party’s property on May 15. The bike was retrieved and taken to the city shops.
Officers responded to a call reporting harassing phone calls. Officers advised the reporting party to block the number and obtain a court order. Officers attempted to contact the suspect via phone, but there was no answer.
Officers responded to a burglary alarm at an Enumclaw business on May 13. When officers contacted employees, it was discovered one of them accidentally set the alarm off.
Officers responded to a report of an inebriated woman attempting to drive on May 13. After making contact with the suspect, she was advised not to drive, and she decided to leave the area on foot. The subject returned to her car a few hours later.