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The initiative could allow affirmative action to return to Washington state after 20 years.
This may not be the same opioid epidemic anymore.
A press release from the annual count showed a reduction in people living without a home.
Three companies at Boeing Field have indicated they will not service deportation flights.
Providing residents with city information and resources.
Police blotter for April 23-28.
Projects on tap for the city top $100 million combined.
Overlake will open its sixth urgent care clinic and 11th primary care clinic on the Eastside.
To earn their silver Girl Scout award, three Tillicum students created an art contest to raise awareness about endangered animals.
Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart in Bellevue to perform “Les Miserables” April 26-28.
The day consisted of volunteer projects, interactive eco-stations, and a ceremonial Arbor Day Tree planting.
The Bellevue restaurants reported at least 31 cases and have since disinfected each location.
Small, portable housing units are being explored by the county to address homelessness.
New laws target vaccines, sex crimes and daylight savings; losers include sex ed and dwarf tossing bills.
Nurses show up in Olympia to support bill, protest Sen. Walsh’s remarks.
A ninth cell will be built, extending its life by another decade.
Legal challenge expected from federal government.
Too early to say if violence was gang related, police say.
LWSD levy passing; Fall City fire merger and hospital bond coming up short.
Man is also suspect for SeaTac incident.