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Police blotter for Nov. 25-29.
Public’s help sought in identifying a man caught on security footage.
Last year, Department of Natural Resources responded to record number of wildfires.
In King County, supply doesn’t meet demand for child care.
The council stuck by the recommendation made by the hearing examiner.
Police blotter for Nov. 7-10.
Business as usual has been harder borders, are there other ways to address climate migration?
State hate crime trend has minor decline; crimes toward LGBTQ rise.
There hasn’t been much coverage this year compared to the last couple years.
The effort will help the city fulfill its goal of achieving a 40 percent tree canopy
The capital projects funding is significantly less than previous years.
The bird singled out for Thanksgiving.
It would be a unified agency and the overarching authority on addressing homelessness in the county.
The art exhibit displays work from four Bellevue artists. The exhibit opened Nov. 1 and will conclude Jan. 2, 2020.
About 66 responded to ads posted by Bellevue detectives online.
The accident happened on 145th Place Southeast.
Police blotter for Nov. 4-6.
He was arrested at his Puyallup home.
The plan will inform how the Board of Health addresses climate change-related health issues.
Defendants face up to 10 years in prison.