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Wednesday morning, June 30 SR 410 Eastbound - Road work on State Route 410 eastbound from milepost 13.37 near 181st Avenue East to milepost 16.7… Continue reading
Staff reports: The Washington State Transportation Commission has launched its public comment process as it prepares to increase toll rates on the Tacoma Narrows Bridge,… Continue reading
Staff reports: Apartments in the Seattle area are getting bigger, but that trend is being driven by construction in suburban cities, according to a new… Continue reading
$11.3 million proposed for citizenship application support and COVID relief to undocumented families
Temps could break 100 degrees three consecutive days June 26-28
Libraries, malls among spots to go; several cities to open cooling centers
Global shipment issues affect supply and sales of fireworks.
Under a new order, landlords can only evict a tenant if they refuse to seek help through a relief program.
Housing experts concerned about the long-term impacts on generational wealth.
Health experts are urging Washingtonians to prepare for more of what they suffered through last September — what the Department of Ecology called an unprecedented… Continue reading
South King County and certain minority groups are far behind on COVID-19 vaccine goals.
Libraries across King County will advance to Phase 4 on June 30, and all remaining library buildings will be open by July 13. After the… Continue reading
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.
Law enforcement warns of an alarming increase in fentanyl deaths.
Nearly 40 percent of all food goes to waste worldwide, according to compnay spokesperson.
BIPOC-owned businesses earn contract bids at a much lower rate than white-owned businesses.
The threat of wildfires in much of Washington state is expected to be above average this summer as hot and dry conditions are predicted through… Continue reading
Retailers temporarily allowed to provide a joint for adults vaccinated at in-store clinics