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Seven children in King County have been infected with E. coli, a bacteria that produces Shiga toxin. King County Public Health is currently investigating the… Continue reading
WSP trooper said a THC breathalyzer would be a “game changer” for law enforcement and courts.
Herd immunity may be unlikely to reach King County anytime soon, but that doesn’t mean that people living in the county won’t be able to… Continue reading
Sammamish resident bit multiple times
39 fire authorities have reportedly agreed to standardize fire codes and inspections.
Reportedly made phone call April 27
Walk-in customers welcome at pharmacies
Inslee signs bill creating capital gains tax; foes are challenging it in court as unconstitutional.
The number of positive COVID-19 cases in King County is beginning to fall after a fourth wave began in March. As of May 4, there… Continue reading
The 35-year-old man sold four firearms — two of which were stolen — to undercover federal agents.
No Washington state counties will be rolling back their phase under the state’s Roadmap to Recovery plan following an announcement on May 4 by Gov.… Continue reading
Washington state will have its own earthquake early warning system on May 4 when ShakeAlert goes live, which could give residents precious seconds to prepare… Continue reading
The number of wolves in Washington state increased by 22%, marking the 12th year in a row the wolf population has grown, according to a… Continue reading
Democrats used their majorities to muscle through social, economic, environmental and tax policies.
Fireworks will be illegal in unincorporated parts of King County starting in 2022 after the King County Council approved a ban on April 27 with… Continue reading
Landlord help is included in another bill, Inslee says; eviction moratorium to end June 30.
As wrangling over climate change policy continues, a major transportation package is pronounced dead.
County leaders say the proposal will give better resouces to prosecute and investigate hate crimes.
Applications due by 4 p.m. Wednesday, May 5.
UW study to help find if devices can detect early warning signs of acute respiratory infections, such as COVID-19 and flu.