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How Washington state law lets clergy hide child sexual abuse
By Wilson Criscione, InvestigateWest Nearly 20 years ago, in the aftermath of the Catholic sexual abuse scandal, former Washington state Rep. Mary Lou Dickerson wanted… Continue reading
Federal plan to handle complaints about voter intimidation or fraud
Assistant U.S. attorney, FBI to respond to Western District of Washington incidents
State long-term care fund projected to be solvent over long term
WA Cares Fund payroll tax to start in July 2023
Aviation commission recommends new airport sites outside Enumclaw
Pierce and Thurston county sites under consideration
‘Yes, you can do that’: Women learn the ropes of fire service at weekend event
South King Fire and Rescue hosted this year’s Women in Firefighting experience event.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Get to know your lemons
About 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during their lifetime.
Rain in the forecast for Western Washington
Wildfires grow in the North Cascades as a new weather pattern moves in.
Local officials welcome federal money to fix outdated fish culverts
If repaired, 50 fish culverts of the 3,000 identified would restore 50 percent more salmon habitat.
Man, 57, charged with murder in Federal Way rock-throwing incident
A man, 33, died four days after he was struck in the head with a rock during an argument
Federal Way officers justified in 2017 fatal shooting, according to inquest
Robert Lightfeather, 33, was killed after he pointed a gun at police.
Federal Way man indicted on federal drug, gun charges
Police, FBI also investigating the 31-year-old man in connection to a Nov. 2021 fatal shooting.
Auburn shooting kills one teen, leaves two others seriously injured
Police don’t have a suspect description in Sept. 23 incident
Diversity in Law Enforcement Career workshop set by police agencies
Six South King County police departments partner to attract more diverse workforce
Renton man pleads guilty to unlawful possession of explosive devices
He planned to use Molotov cocktails on a Seattle Police building during the 2020 protests.
Auburn woman arrested as suspect in fatal hit-and-run
A license plate registered to a car owned by the woman was found at the scene of the Sept. 15 crash.
Mayors, legislators, county officials pen letter against a large airport near Enumclaw
Urges group studying state airport needs to drop East King County site from consideration
Sound Transit participates in Rail Safety Week
Emphasis on importance of safety around trains and tracks
Two men die in two separate hit-and-runs in Auburn
Police arrest suspect in one of the Sept. 14 crashes
Update: National rail strike averted, Sounder to operate on normal schedule
Commuter line includes stops in Kent, Auburn
Leaders celebrate start of SR 18/I-90 interchange construction
Work on the infamous interchange is expected to begin in November and alleviate congestion