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Michael Gese accused of murdering Gail Gese in February at her Tacoma home
Two vehicles collided on Aug. 24 in the 11400 block of Kent Kangley at Southeast 114th Street, hospitalizing one. Puget Sound firefighters treated one person… Continue reading
Good outside lighting in front, back and sides of home one step to take
Suspects allegedly entered West Hill home and later might have broken into East Hill home
Female passenger identified in vehicle driven by 18-year-old Tacoma man that crashed into a tree
Had direct contact with suppliers in Mexico
Man identified; sedan left the roadway in Monday evening, Aug. 28 crash
Stole $2.5 million over 10-year period as an Everett company accounting manager
Three were on third-story balcony at Berkeley Heights Apartments during Aug. 26 fire
King County’s Office of Law Enforcement Oversight (OLEO) has released their annual report on the King County Sheriff’s Office’s use of force incidents and investigations… Continue reading
The legislation comes after reports that the board lacked access to relevant information.
Statewide, a majority of respondents to Department of Commerce survey agree that rent prices are too high and it costs too much to buy a home.
There are 23 missing Indigenous people across King County.
From Coal Creek Parkway in Bellevue to Sunset Boulevard in Renton, I-405 will be closed for 55 hours, starting at 10 p.m. Friday, Sept. 8.
Previously called Kent Phoenix Academy and Sequoia Middle School
Washington state’s amended drug law went into effect on Aug. 17, more than two years after the state Supreme Court’s State v. Blake decision, which… Continue reading
According to charging documents, the woman used the victims vehicle to visit her mother and brother in Skyway, smoke marijuana in Rainier Beach, and see a hairdresser in Kent.
21-year veteran Officer Michael Morfoot appeals decision after apartment complex incident.
From Coal Creek Parkway in Bellevue to Sunset Boulevard in Renton, I-405 is closed for 55 hours, starting at 10 p.m. Friday, Aug. 18.
Officers take a 23-year-old man and 16-year-old male into custody Aug. 16 along Central Avenue North