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Wakulima USA receives King County grant
Amid expanding fire risks, the plan makes recommendations for agencies across the region.
Calls for non-law-enforcement teams to respond to non-violent emergencies related to mental health.
Buying of 17-acre Ruth property will complete city land purchases around the lake
A swell of electoral support for Democrats pushed turnout higher in primary. Republicans look to adjust for November
A podcast about King County’s Health Through Housing initiative.
Project would be built along South 240th Street; east of Lowe’s and west of I-5
67-year-old man reportedly threatened to shoot woman and her father
24 emergency response personnel handle the call early Friday morning, Aug. 12
Takes about an hour to put out as fire extends to brush
A vehicle, pile of tires and two dumpsters burned Aug. 8 in 10600 block of SE 240th Street
Kent detective part of regional DEA Drug Task Force that investigated the case
County executive announces coalition to tackle King County’s degrading state of behavioral health care
The policy proposals will be delivered to the King Couty Council next month.
Strike a possibility as union and district struggle to reach agreement
Valley SWAT team responds Aug. 10 to incident at Olympic Skyline Apartments on East Hill
Washingtonians can now call 1-833-829-HELP for any questions relating to the monkeypox virus.
The Department of Health guidance update includes required five-day isolation for positive COVID tests.
In 2021, 13% fewer vaccinations were administered to King County children ages 4-5.
Construction scheduled to start in 2026 and finish by 2030 to restore salmon habitat
Kidnapping, city vehicle theft, street races assault among incidents