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Engine 313 was among first to respond to an aircraft crash on July 31.
The State Patrol hopes the facility will be testing cases by the end of the year.
Proposition No. 1 on the August primary election ballot.
For the second day in pads, the Hawks look to build on a great ‘22 season and prepare for the new one.
Trace amounts of fentanyl found in letter received the day before primary elections.
Despite theft accusation, Yun says that she has not quit her campaign and does not intend to do so.
Two plane occupants were found conscious with injuries.
In this episode, a Federal Way City Council candidate was accused of stealing from a hardware store; and the city of Kent marks its 17th homicide so far in 2023.
Friday afternoon, July 28; vehicle flees scene on Strander Boulevard
Development options are being considered for the 900-acre site.
In this episode, an update on Auburn Police Officer Jeffrey Nelson, who is still on the city payroll while awaiting trial for murder.
A total of 314 employees separated from King County as a result of the mandate, with eight retiring, 25 resigning, and 281 fired as a result of noncompliance.
Video surveillance shows suspects at Twin Lakes site; no arrests made
The motion would initiate a study on how to mitigate the Puget Sound’s exposure to the toxic runoff.
Family adjusts to life in the U.S.; father works in Kent
Denise Yun is running for position 7 on November ballot.
Two taken into custody by Tukwila Police after photos of suspects, vehicle released
Drone drawings in the sky
Incident in the early morning of July 15 as deputies went to check on the man.
City has not conducted an internal investigation of Jeffrey Nelson and the related 2019 shooting.