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If the stars align, construction could start in early 2022
Construction expected to begin early July
About 1.3 million county residents have completed their COVID-19 vaccine series.
Sixty-nine people were reportedly shot during the first quarter of 2021.
“Together From Afar” debuts Friday, June 18
Winners will never be asked for their Social Security number or bank information.
277 seniors graduated Saturday, spread out over four ceremonies at the high school
LGBTQ youth report the highest rates of marijuana use in King County.
Rock n’ roll, blues, jazz and more coming July, August
BIPOC-owned businesses earn contract bids at a much lower rate than white-owned businesses.
Vehicle prowls, a civil standby and burglary
Senior Meredith Petellin made her piece, “Liberty and Justice” as a way to wrap her mind about police brutality and the BLM movement.
Plaintiffs allege developer is responsible for “defective construction”
How local shops and customers are navigating health, privacy and business
Regional non-profit Bloodworks Northwest faces a shortage of blood donations
Alyxandra Bozeman officially took on her new duties last month.
Cat scratches on a car, stolen appliances, and several DUIs.
Daisy Roberts and Charlotte Miller will be traveling overseas for a year-long student exchange program.
Deadline to submit your art is June 25.
Jeffrey Nelson is one of the first cops charged under new I-940 guidelines.