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Research topics range from freezing seeds to the effect of population river water quality and how tire particles affect the environment.
Suffering from sudden cardiac arrest, Joe Moore was saved by the quick thinking of his wife and the fast response of the BDPD.
King County courts use money bail to incarcerate defendants before trial. Should the system be reformed?
The free workshop also offers homeowners a chance to save money on septic work.
The public survey will be open through Oct. 5.
One driver was even ticket three separate times.
It’s estimated more than 600 babies were born in the Mahlin Maternity Home, now known as the Le Sorelle Inn in Buckley.
Don’t contribute to the rising rate of crashes and distracted driving fatalities.
Now you don’t have to wait in line — just print your pass and home and enjoy the majesty of the park.
Many students on the Plateau and in the valley have a lot to look forward to in the near future.
Building Beyond the Walls, an Enumclaw-based non-profit, offers folks of all stripes a way to learn new skills and form long-lasting connections through volunteer work.
Don’t miss out on the free, family fun activities and demonstrations, like tearing a car apart with the jaws of life.
This will be the first time the Wireless Emergency Alerts system will be tested across the country.
The Black Diamond Police Department honored Jack Reich as their Police Chief for a Day.
A strike was averted last night when bus drivers and nutrition workers accepted their contract, but a union representative says few people are happy.
Grab your furry friend’s leash and head out to Lake Wilderness Park on Sept. 29.
While hepatitus A outbreaks happen mainly in homeless communities, PHI wants to avoid an outbreak in the general population.
Kristian Burnstad was last seen alive on Feb. 7, 2017.
The King County Medical Examiners Office has confirmed the remains belonged to Kristian Burnstad, who went missing May 2017.
The levy, which is on the November general election ballot, would increase to 50 cents per $1,000 of assessed property value if approved by voters.