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Massive earthquake on Seattle Fault would bring catastrophic tsunami waves
A magnitude 7.5 earthquake could create a tsunami that would flood the Seattle shoreline in over 20 feet of water.
JUDGED BY XII: Auburn officer’s violent past presented in pretrial hearing
Episode 6 in this special podcast series that explores Jeffrey Nelson’s history of violent interactions with community members prior to the killing of Jesse Sarey.
Inslee comes to Renton to celebrate new Sunset Gardens housing project
Sunset Gardens will provide affordable housing for veterans, persons with disabilities and seniors.
The falling of Roe v. Wade: Through the eyes of a local abortion access hotline volunteer
The Northwest Abortion Access Fund (NWAAF) is already receiving calls from people in Texas and Louisiana.
Auburn Police officer’s violent history could be used against him in court
Judge Nicole Gaines Phelps hasn’t yet decided whether it will be allowed in the trial.
Living Court ladies in Enumclaw live it up with raunchy revue
‘I felt young again,’ one woman said
King County Prosecuting Attorney vows to protect reproductive freedom
Dan Satterberg joins over 80 prosecutors from around the country in their pledge.
JUDGED BY XII: Examining Auburn police officer’s grim tattoos
Episode 5 in special podcast series that explores Jeffrey Nelson’s role in the death of Jesse Sarey.
Heatwave expected to hit King County
Temperatures will likely reach 90 degrees Fahrenheit on Sunday, June 26, and Monday, June 27.
Sound Transit Board approves Julie Timm as new CEO at $375,000 per year
She replaces Peter Rogoff who left in May after board voted to replace him
Statewide task force to tackle organized retail crime rings
Group brings law enforcement, prosecutors, retailers together to combat growing problem
Steel Lake in Federal Way reopens after closure caused by raw sewage leak
Here’s how to stay safe while cooling off this summer.
Officials urge caution when swimming this summer
Cold spring temperatures and larger than normal snowpack have created dangerous conditions
Large-scale affordable housing development breaks ground in Renton
The Watershed project will offer 145 units of affordable housing for over 350 people.
Large-capacity ammo magazine sales ban starts soon in Washington
Starting July 1, a 10-round capacity becomes the limit for sales. Meanwhile, “there is a rush on magazine purchasing.”
Oak Harbor man arrested on $1 million bail for alleged hate crime
Yelled threat at Whidbey Island woman; reportedly posted online comments about killing gay people
All that the tides reveal: Puget Sound’s hidden intertidal world
Exploring King County beaches during the lowest tide in the last 13 years.
Federal Way police have a plan for responding to active shooters
School resource officers (SROs) at each high school in the Federal Way school district are armed.
Judge orders redactions of photos of Auburn Police Officer Jeff Nelson’s tattoos
Release of 40 photos would be inflammatory and likely influence potential jurors, according to judge.
George Weyerhaeuser Sr. dies at 95
Great-grandson of the company’s founder Frederick Weyerhaeuser, died on June 11.