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OLEO has previously expressed concerns about the office’s language access policies.
In this episode, we look at how King County is moving toward ending traditional youth detention in favor of a new facility for minors or even group homes.
Initiative Measure No. 23-02 would make Renton’s minimum wage one of the highest in the nation.
In this episode, former Seahawks player Chad Wheeler awaits sentencing for domestic violence charges. Also: Kent police arrest a woman who reportedly threatened a driver with a gun.
22 plaintiffs are listed in the amended lawsuit.
Bomb squad members inspected the object and learned that it was in fact a Douglas AIR-2 Genie.
Renton voters will decide Feb. 13 whether to implement one the highest minimum wages in the country
Legislative districts in Auburn, Federal Way and Kent include Washington’s 30th, 31st and 47th.
KCPAO says it plans to better work with schools and districts with legal matters involving students.
Several programs in King County received grant funding.
The funding is being called a “historic” investment in units and homes for low-income homebuyers.
The plane’s sole occupant was taken to the hospital with “minor” injuries.
The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating the incident.
In this episode, Kent Police arrested a 45-year-old man on a $500,000 warrant out of Idaho for rape of a minor and criminal trespassing after he reportedly posed as a contractor to move into a home.
The city identified 188 miles of missing sidewalks, with about 994,015 feet of walkways still needed.
In this episode, we explore a Kent man accused of luring murder victims with the promise of gold, as well as the discovery of bones belonging to a victim of the Green River Killer.
Opioid-related fatalities among adolescents ages 14-18 have surged almost threefold in recent years.
The initiatives address issues such as parental rights for education, tax collection, vehicle pursuits by police and carbon tax credits. Signatures secured for the ballot measures are being validated for the general election.
No children on the school bus were reported to be harmed in the Dec. 19 NE Third Street collision.
City spokesperson maintains that no services will be defunded or impacted during reorganization.