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WA health officials recommend having overdose reversing drug on hand amid alarming increase in drug-related deaths
WSDOH reports a 66 percent increase in drug overdoses since 2019.
Public input sought for picking Midway, Highline, Highline College or Kent-Des Moines
Incidents include multiple robberies, driver ramming police vehicles, fatal shooting
Suspects had been charged with robbing a Federal Way pawn shop; both teens reportedly cut off their home monitoring devices.
Gov. Jay Inslee signed a law creating the new system. Families of the missing and murdered say it’s a start.
City Council approves new three-year contract; large pay hike granted last fall
Part of National Telecommunications Week April 10-16
Saturday morning, April 9 northbound near State Route 516
Many positions to fill as Kent Lutheran plans return to indoor weekly meals
Proposers are eligible for $20,000 to $300,000 per project, the deadline for applicants is May 6.
Sound Transit announces end of Teamsters’ strike that stopped concrete deliveries to projects across the region
The strike has resulted in more than 4,300 missed concrete deliveries, according to the agency.
No injuries in Friday afternoon, April 8 collision along South 240th Street; 36 students on bus
Dispute among group leads to Thursday evening, April 7 shooting; no arrest made
Special podcast series explores Auburn Police Officer Jeffrey Nelson’s role in the death of Jesse Sarey.
Lack of demand causes Public Health – Seattle & King County to reduce sites
Nonprofit wants to build 28 homes on St. James Episcopal Church property
The county has announced public forums for community members to engage in the process.
The 7.8-mile light rail extension scheduled to open in 2024
Ceremonies were at campuses last two years due to COVID-19 restrictions
Agency wants to know what style people prefer