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Bags of body parts were found in a suitcase along a West Seattle beach on June 19.
Now in Phase 1.5, KCLS will gradually allow book returns with strict guidelines.
The responding officers are members of the multi-agency Valley Civil Disturbance Unit, officials say.
Campgrounds in counties actively in Phase 2 of the reopening plan will begin to welcome visitors June 1, state says.
Federal Way, Renton, Enumclaw, Kent, Auburn among cities to benefit from Washington State Department of Commerce CARES Act.
‘I’m so, so grateful I got my life back’
Jets will depart Joint Base Lewis-McChord at 12:30 p.m. May 8 to honor workers on frontlines of COVID-19.
Higher rates in south Seattle and South King County.
Alejandro J. Aguilera Rojas is accused of killing 21-year-old woman in February.
200 individuals from Seattle homeless shelters have been moved to the Red Lion Inn at 1 South Grady Way in Renton.
Federal Way police, South King Fire and Rescue and other agencies showed their support for St. Francis Hospital staff on April 16.
The average COVID-19 infected person may be likely to infect just one or fewer additional persons with COVID-19, down from an average of 2.7 persons in late February, study says.
The Brewmaster’s Foundation weekly Community Supported Agriculture box includes fresh produce from local farms and beers from Washington breweries.
Due to the school closure extension, the cancellation includes all practices, competitions, tournaments and championships, WIAA says.
Despite the department’s success with a one-man team, South King Fire is looking for the community’s help to sew gowns for first responders.
Washington Interscholastic Activities Association making contingency plans for high school sports competitions after extension of stay home order.
Police given peace of mind amid COVID-19 pandemic.
Federal Way resident Evelyn Allcorn shares story of her husband’s battle with COVID-19 after he tested positive on March 28.
Testing is by appointment only and not open to the general public.
Washington’s virus-related death toll surpasses 129 as of Wednesday, March 25.