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Lambert received backlash after her campaign used flyers that depicted her opponent as a puppet.
King County councilmember proposes program to aid transition of Afghan interpreters who served the U.S. overseas
Program would provide job training and learning opportunities for Afghan interpreters and advisors.
More glacial melting seems likely for Mount Rainier, but the story is more complicated than that.
Reagan Dunn and Kim-Khahn Van sparred on vaccines, policing and more.
A surge in vaccinations has eased concern about service slowdowns ahead of a Monday deadline.
The agreement comes after weeks of striking.
Brendan Lee Palmer was arranged Monday, Oct. 11., and plead not guilty.
Zane Locklear, who uses a wheelchair, will finally be able to come home in style.
Vehicle prowls, dangerous driving and a stolen (then recovered) boat.
The forum is this Thursday, Oct. 14, from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
Ballots should be arriving in mailboxes soon.
The contest is open to everyone, novice and professional vexillologists alike.
Director Tamer Abouzeid presents OLEO annual report to law and justice committee on Tuesday.
With help from a search dog, officers found 97,000 fentanyl pills and eight pounds of heroin.
Report identifies over 17 million gallons of untreated wastewater has been spilled into Puget Sound, Lake Washington in recent years
The document recommends roughly $70 million in facility improvements.
Four COVID-19 variants are more likely to put you in the hospital, according to the Washington State Department of Health. The Delta, Alpha, Beta and… Continue reading
Wolverines are slowly making their way into the South Cascades, but their future remains uncertain.
Union VP said agreement includes 15% wage increase as well as expanded job site parking.
Supply chain issues push highway reopening into mid-October.
A few unexpected twists didn’t stop workers from ultimately putting the tower together.