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The Florida governor is trying to make inroads in the blue state with his presidential campaign
Meanwhile, some salaried workers and rideshare drivers could see their earnings rise from other state-required adjustments.
In this episode, we take a closer look at a man who stabbed his former teacher at a Catholic school in Federal Way; and Renton police warn of staged vehicle collisions that result in carjackings.
In this episode, we take a closer look at a shootout in Auburn, a stabbing in a wooded area in Renton, and a smash-and-grab burglary in Federal Way.
King County prosecutors filed charges against Walter Smith
Faces first-degree murder charge for Seattle stabbing
Reagan Dunn says the program lacks transparency and accountability measures.
DOH aims to help communities better understand overdose deaths, make informed prevention decisions
The $940,298 grant will fund planning, development and expansion of facility
‘He is experiencing very mild symptoms, including a mild cough’ governor’s office says
Pilot and all 9 passengers died after the plane crashed and sank in the waters near Whidbey Island.
The Week Without Driving is meant to put policy makers, elected leaders and transportation professionals in the place of those who don’t have the option to drive.
Online open house available through Oct. 22
Driving Sept. 20 along State Route 164 reportedly speeding and passing in a no passing zone
Suspects purposely rear-end vehicles
Public event will be at Des Moines campus
The state awarded 66 grants totaling $53.7 million to projects in and around Puget Sound.
Head-on collision early Saturday, Sept. 16 near Bothell
In this episode, we take a look at the sentencing of a man who wanted to burn down the Seattle police union building; and unknown suspects dumped hundreds of gallons of cooking oil into a Renton waterway.
Dept. of Ecology: ‘Deliberate dumping’ of cooking oil has killed fish, birds; will be expensive to clean.