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Zachary Kelley has been dancing since he was 6 years old. Just last month, he was named one of the best tap dancers in the world.
There’s a wide range of subjects they hope to address when the 2020 session begins next month.
The transit agency reported in October that black riders were more likely than others to get fined.
Mark your calendars for Jan. 1 and Jan. 20.
Heavy rainfall closed the Cal Magnussen Trail tin late October.
Seattle’s homelessness committee aligned the city’s plan with King County’s.
An update to the King County climate action plan should include an environmental justice framing as it’s developed over the coming months. The King County… Continue reading
Complaints about the recent picket, shoplifting on Griffin, and loiterers at an ATM.
It took a little longer than expected, but commuters can finally get back to their regular routes.
If you want to help your city prevent flooding, now is your chance.
The agreement would consolidate emergency services for people experiencing homelessness.
The funding will be split evenly between increasing deputies, security and social services.
Four students from the White River School District were honored recently.
Sharon Hunter said the horses would be staying on the land for just a few weeks — but it’s alleged she more or less abandoned them there.
An entrance to the courthouse was closed after an assault.
After five years, the county has updated regulations surrounding alcohol production and tasting.
The new charges against Allen Bittner involve child molestation and rape.
Without appropriate staffing levels, nurses say, patients can’t receive the care they deserve.
The county wants to achieve the WHO’s 90:90:90 goal.
Following wins in Burien and Federal Way, just cause evictions are on the 2020 Legislative agenda.