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Neighbors in the area reportedly told deputies the 8-acre property had become a nuisance.
287th Ave SE family has been targeted twice in only two weeks
Report analyzes 2019 killing of Anthony Chilcott by deputies.
The program is aimed at reducing the number of unreported hate crimes.
It’s part of the grander conversation about the future of Enumclaw’s small but bustling downtown.
Locals are looking for a permanent solution to some sanitary troubles.
State senator from Auburn says he’s concerned about vaccine safety and government overreach.
Delta is the predominate strain in Washington.
Washington state expects roughly 6,000 refugees to come from Afghanistan.
King County Council members will be briefed about the Sheriff’s Office handling of the case Tuesday.
Log show, rallycross racing, the return to school and more.
Local students are honored for their academic achievements.
“We want to close racial and ethnic gaps.”
Thieves apparently made off with the vehicle on August 18.
The Y Social Impact Center handed out rows of pencils, notebooks and other essentials last week.
Transportation crews hope to complete the project without disrupting two-way traffic on the highway.
Participants at Wednesday’s “Rally for Medical Freedom” shared concerns of government overreach.
Two citizens will be entrusted with reviewing any uses of deadly force in the area.
Officers responded to vandalism, missing hikers and a burglary investigation, among other calls.
Governor’s office says 1200 people are eligible for clemency after State v. Blake decision.