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An Enumclaw local visited Saudi Arabia to get a feel for what the country — and its women — need when it comes to driving curriculum.
Since 2003, the number of deaths from falls has more than doubled in Washington state, with one in three older adults falling each year.
Tobacco use among youth and young adults in any form, including e-cigarettes, is not safe.
The financial tale is an interesting one, according to City Administrator Chris Searcy.
It only takes one bite to acquire the virus from an infected mosquito.
Lynn Kopelke’s work will be on display at the City Hall gallery from Sept. 7 through Oct. 2.
Many people in the northern Lake Tapps area seem to believe the fire station on 182nd Avenue East them. This is incorrect.
Following in Bonney Lake’s footsteps, local Jeri Gamblin hopes the rest of the Plateau can start their own annual beautification events.
Coalition calls on King County Council to divert public money away from stadium maintenance and put it toward affordable housing
Before he was diagnosed, he may have exposed others to the measles at Sea-Tac Airport and the waiting room of the Emergency Department at Harborview Medical Center during specific time periods.
Since according to research, our brains can most easily remember seven pieces of information at a time, here are seven practices for a more sustainable planet to start out your school year.
The first-ever public showing of “Big Blue: A Fishy Tale” is being hosted at The Chalet on Saturday, Sept. 1 at 8 p.m.
The Stage 1 burn ban for King, Kitsap, Pierce, and Snohomish Counties is lifted as of Aug. 23.
Ecology annually recognizes the state’s top-performing wastewater treatment plants with the Outstanding Performance Award.
“Happy Tears” is the story of two sisters who lead very different lives and return home to care for their aging father.
Check out who’s new at White River schools.
The council agreed on a monthly rate of $5.24 per “equivalent service unit, or a single-family home.
In the 2016–17 school year, 3.5 percent of all students in the state were suspended or expelled. However, the rates of discipline were much higher than the average for certain groups of students.
Racing may have been Kayse’s career, but his passion also lay in philanthropical work.
The suspect is a white male, 6’ 2” thick build, 50-55 years old, with salt and pepper shoulder length hair.