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Dennis Worsham will continue to serve as interim director until September 6.
Washington is expecting an influx of people seeking abortions from out of state.
Washington’s lowest score was 13 out of 20 points in the Work Environment and Employment section.
Signs with detour routes will be available; closure will take place from June 17-20 to demolish Main Street Bridge.
This year the American Red Cross announced the worst blood shortage in over ten years.
Fabiola Moshi is a mother, a lecturer, and a nurse who chose to study abroad at BC.
The exhibit, which is heavily influenced by Puget Sound, runs until Oct. 23.
Special perks will be available to BECU members attending Marymoor Park concerts.
Problem plagues cities across King County.
On June 1, community members came together to paint a rainbow crosswalk.
The issue was first noticed in Afghan children in King County, but more communities may be at risk.
12,364 WWII veterans are living in the state, with a total population of 517,912 military veterans.
Jackson holds over 20 years of experience in financial services.
Two more rainbow crosswalks are in the works, with the second one being the Progress Pride flag.
Patrick Kim failed to appear at the King County Superior Court for numerous felony charges.
The team will represent the United States at the International Rocketry Challenge this July.
Newport defeated Skyline in the KingCo District 1/2 4A playoff game by 3-2.
The Sukhoy family found themselves stuck in Warsaw due to debit card issues.
Across the state, 126 Indigenous people remain missing, with 31 having gone missing in King County.
As of April 28, 70 TB cases have been reported, and 17 new cases have connections with each other.