An officer responded the afternoon of April 9 to a Jewell Street address following a hang-up call that had been made to 911.
Drivers traveling over Interstate 90 east of Snoqualmie Pass this weekend should plan for added travel time.
King County offers secure and efficient online payment system
Easy Being Green: County shows how small actions can make a big difference
Police took a report April 11 of a dispute between roommates at a Mason Avenue apartment.
The 31st Legislative District’s soon-to-be-vacant seat in the House of Representatives now has three candidates lined up at the door.
Hunter Storm, according to those who know her, is a girl of remarkable drive, energy and resolve.
As we gear up for the outdoor swimming and water recreation season, it's a great time for community members to get the information they need to enjoy the water safely.
The city of Enumclaw has made its position clear regarding Proposition 1, but local voters still have nearly a week to make their feelings known.
Gov. Jay Inslee and other state officials will meet outside the Legislative Building at noon on Tuesday, April 15, to lower the flags in memory of the victims of the Oso mudslide that occurred on March 22.
Hundreds of thousands of Washington state consumers to receive full refund and additional benefits
Authorities are still arranging the pieces of a puzzling incident that left a toddler dead Monday afternoon in Buckley.
Traffic blocked on state Route 410 beginning at Wally's Drive-In to Main Street light. Initial information is the driver of pickup lost control, struck a child and hit a power pole.
Police were called the evening of April 7 to council chambers at Enumclaw City Hall due to a verbal dispute
Unanimously approved an ordinance adopting the revisions of voting precincts of King County for the year 2014 (Ordinance 2014-0129).
An officer responded at 4:17 a.m. April 6 to a location on 244th Avenue Southeast to assist with traffic control.
The Washington State Housing Finance Commission has issued a waiver that allows victims of the Oso/SR530 mudslide to more quickly access emergency housing.
An employee of a First Street business discovered drug paraphernalia while cleaning. An officer removed the item, which was to be destroyed.
The King County Board of Health will hold its next meeting on Thursday, April 17, 2014 at 1:30 p.m.
The White River Families First Coalition is seeking nominees for its 2014 Community Champion award.