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Police don’t have a suspect description in Sept. 23 incident
A license plate registered to a car owned by the woman was found at the scene of the Sept. 15 crash.
Police arrest suspect in one of the Sept. 14 crashes
Restorative Community Pathways for youth offenders contrasts with traditional prosecution.
The council will vote on a resolution Sept. 19.
The bomb destroyed the victim’s car and surrounding trees Aug. 23 at Mountain View Cemetery
Low humidity, gusty winds and high temperatures mean if a fire starts, it will spread rapidly.
Proposal asks WA Legislature to allocate $86 million annually.
Kent woman, 45, dies in crash
Court previously said photos of Jeffrey Nelson’s tattoos would prejudice the jury pool.
The crash resulted in a brush fire Aug. 28 on State Route 167.
Health officials suggest taking precautions to avoid getting infected with the virus.
$1.5 million will be available for applicants in 2022
The problem of illegal dumping has gotten worse recently, officials say.
The problem of illegal dumping, homeless encampments has gotten worse recently
James Pugel retained by prosecutors as expert witness in preparation for January murder trial
July 9 southbound near 15th Street Northwest
Judge Nicole Gaines Phelps hasn’t yet decided whether it will be allowed in the trial.
Last year fireworks caused $122,000 in damage.
The plan includes improving infrastructure and communications to prevent future disasters.