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A strong-arm robbery, stolen water heater, and damaged mailboxes.
Another roundabout, this time at Roberts Drive and SR 169, is expected to be engineered this year, and constructed in 2021.
Asking for alcohol, sleeping in the post office, and a warrant for a hit-and-run.
The study will likely determine how, or if, the city will continue receiving emergency services with Mountain View Fire Department in the future,
A new bill would have schools send standardized concussion data to the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association.
An animal complaint, yelling at cars, and a “significant” amount of marijuana.
Senate Bill 1674 proposes eliminating the Discover Pass and using state general funds to support the parks.
Unauthorized stickers removed, women threatened at a party, and a suspicious package delivery.
Jan Molinaro now represents the cities of Enumclaw, Black Diamond, Pacific, Algona, and Milton in the county-wide organization.
Stolen vehicle crashes into boulder, lost chihuahua, and an armed robbery in Pacific.
January isn’t a busy time of year, but there are still a few events to attend for kinds, families, and adults.
Stolen U-Haul recovered, a delivery scam, and a BB gun mistaken for the real thing.
Did the King County Superior Court stand up for Anthony Chilcott’s rights under the law to be released without bail, or did a quick decision let down the Black Diamond community?
The Very Merry Christmas House is having its light show until Jan. 3, 2020.
Complaints about the recent picket, shoplifting on Griffin, and loiterers at an ATM.
The new charges against Allen Bittner involve child molestation and rape.
A juvenile with a knife and trespassers.
It’s unclear why Anthony Chilcott was not being held after a late October arrest for resisting arrest and damaging a patrol car before this most recent incident, which resulted in his death.
Though initially put on life support, the girl has recovered enough to talk to police.
Three years remain on the current contract, but this move highlights the financial tensions between the city and fire department.