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Plans to open the pool early November have been scrapped as more repairs appear necessary.
A King County judge says a law requiring more ballot boxes was an illegal unfunded mandate.
Uninsured Plateau residents can get their shot in Kent of Renton.
You can also register in-person up through Nov. 3.
COVID-19 restrictions have decimated the donations they normally receive during Veterans and Memorial Day.
The city of Enumclaw is hosting a pumpkin carving contest for all ages Oct. 31.
A hybrid learning style was originally supposed to start Monday, Oct. 26.
Unemployment remained high in September.
Possible teenage car prowler, an assault with a firearm, and someone passed out on the sidewalk.
Sara Stratton has years of experience helping other nonprofits with their events, as well as having started her own, before joining RFWF.
Experts are saying we must act now to reverse trend.
No longer will Black Diamond residents have to drive out of town to vote.
Fact check: Robertson falsely claims Seattle Times retracted editorial accusing him of racist incident
The Legislative District 31 candidate holds the Seattle Times misreported what happened in its editorial endorsing his opponent, providing 1995-era news reports as proof.
Director Rene Popke has estimated the Expo could see a net loss of $700,000 by the end of the year.
Sam Dubal, who was last known to be hiking the Mother Mountain Loop, was reported missing Oct. 12.
The DOH considers 75 cases or more over two weeks per 100,000 to be a marker of relatively high risk for in-person learning.
Docents and volunteers took the time it was closed to revamp the displays.
About $100,000 was recently given to local businesses.
Justices unanimously agreed that voter-approved Initiative 976 is unconstitutional.
These new monitoring systems could affect the picturesque quality of the national park, and Mount Rainier wants your opinion on the project.