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This ban is in effect until further notice and is in addition to existing fire safety burn bans.
Nearly 50 individuals who died from 2015 to 2017 have not been claimed by family members or friends.
Check out the new educators and other school staff.
Policy shift comes as part of a settlement in response to a 2017 lawsuit
The beginning of the school year is right around the corner, but teachers, bus drivers and nutrition workers are discussing what pay raises they deserve, and whether or not to go on strike.
Smoke from wildfires has made our summers more and more complicated.
“The National Park Service is celebrating its birthday this year as ‘something new for 102,’” said Don Hoch, Director of Washington State Parks.
By 2040, more than a quarter of King County’s population will be seniors. Healthy lifestyles and social engagement are keys to living long and living well.
Any person or animal that touched or had contact with the bats or its saliva could be at risk of getting rabies, which is almost always fatal once symptoms begin.
Rory Thayse was diagnosed with leukemia during the last winter holiday season, but six months of intensive treatment look to have been successful so far.
The bridge was originally going to close Aug. 20. Instead, the bridge will close Thursday, Aug. 16.
A Bonney Lake family is raising awareness of the prevalent dangers of sudden cardiac arrest in the military.
This was the third year the EHS track team worked to improve the trail at Nolte State Park.
The classes will focus on several different kinds of mental illnesses and the skills necessary to handle crisis situations, how to listen and communicate, and self-care for dealing with worry and stress.
In the second of a three-part blog series, PHI explores youth vaping habits and what you should know about them.
Target Zero manager, Annie Kirk, said there was a gap between surveyed drivers’ understandings of the new law and their actual practices. Even though they recognize it’s an unsafe behavior and wouldn’t want drivers around them doing it.
The 82-year-old span on state Route 162 (also identified as Pioneer Way) will be shut down from 6 a.m. Monday, Aug. 20, to 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20.
The White River Communities Activities Program has activities for students in kindergarten through fifth grade all year long.
A new report shows a spike in percentage of fatal crashes caused by drivers impaired by multiple substances.
Hi-C students are those who perform or show potential for performing at significantly advanced academic levels when compared with others of their age, experiences or environments.