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A quarter of the world’s population is infected with tuberculosis bacteria, and it’s time to change that.
By 2023, residents will see a 50 percent rise in their water rates and a 40 percent in their sewer rates.
They won’t open again until at least Memorial Day.
The old 1940s system was designed to haul 20,000 fish annually. Now the facility has to be upgraded to handle 20,000 a day.
Warning signs must be posted in all King County gun stores and firing ranges.
But 10 out of 11 people are unaware they live with prediabetes.
Register now, because space is limited.
As of Nov. 14, both property tax proposals have just inched past the finish line, but with ballots still to be counted, it may be too early to count those chickens.
Through November and December, various PCLS libraries are offering free climate change-related events and workshops.
On Nov. 13, the Bonney Lake City Council may finally settle an issue they’ve been researching for two years.
This was 300 more pounds than last year.
Three local firefighters are expected to reach the Woolsey fire later today, Nov. 12.
King County Parks is launching an online survey beginning Nov. 9 to gather feedback from visitors on their experiences in the County’s award-winning parks and trails systems.
Buckley’s Mo-Throw event on Nov. 17 combines the fun of the Scottish Highland Games with the need to raise awareness for men’s health issues.
What initiatives are getting the go ahead? What candidates got the vote? Check out King and Pierce County results here.
Public hearings on the budget will be held Nov. 13 and Nov. 26.
No matter your heritage, join Enumclaw’s Danish Sisterhood Saturday, Nov. 10 for their annual Christmas bazaar and bake sale, or become a member of the Sisterhood itself.
I-1631 campaign organizers say they will continue pushing for a cleaner future.
Candidates compete for seat vacated by Republican Dave Reichert
Van Hoof Construction was fined $21,000 for five separate violations.