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The Intentionalist is opening up $400 tabs for folks to use this weekend at select businesses.
This year’s event will focus on promoting self-advocacy in the creative sector.
Cause of death determined to be a suicide by medical examiner.
Workers cite lack of medical leave, outsourcing and bad-faith negotiations as reason for strike.
Crime is rising in the ’dangerous environment that has surrounded our seat of government.’
Some lawyers testified that the backlog has created an “access to justice” problem.
One case involved the use of Chinese police credentials to intimidate victims.
Local exterminator noticed big change in rats over the past 40 years.
Still unclear what the standards will be, who will enforce it, and how jurisdictions will interact.
The real estate developer says the eight-story development will have about 250 units of housing.
King County prosecutors note a backlog in court cases, point to the pandemic as the reason why.
Researchers believe converting “gasoline superusers” is an important factor in meeting climate goals
The $186 million project is expected to be finished by 2023.
King County data indicates massive increase in fentanyl deaths from 2008 to 2020.
Eastside Fire and Rescue Board of Directors approved a ten-year agreement to share services.
King County leaders discuss implementing a new system that aims to better reflect the will of voters
Seizure control allowed her to communicate, make friends and have unprecedented independence.
Charges were filed following an incident at home of Sherman’s in-laws in Redmond.
The defendant had a reported history of domestic abuse, including domestic violence convictions.
Tax credit aims to incentivize more affordable housing for the growing workforce