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UW Bothell students protest lack of diversity center

Dr. Terryl Ross, UW Bothell
  • Today at 1:00PM updated at 3:12PM
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On Wednesday, Feb. 25, the students of UW Bothell's campus protested the lack of a diversity center on UW's most diverse campus.

 

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Faith leaders: Treat vandalism at Hindu temple as hate crimes

  • Today at 4:09PM

Local faith leaders called on law enforcement to treat recent vandalism in Bothell as hate crimes targeting Muslims.

Dembowski helps introduce legislation establishing paid parental leave for county employees

  • Today at 3:19PM

Metropolitan King County Councilmembers introduced legislation on Feb. 26 that would guarantee working moms and dads employed by King County up to 12 weeks in paid parental leave after a birth, adoption, or new placement of a foster child. The legislation was authored by Councilmember Rod Dembowski and is co-sponsored by Councilmembers Jane Hague and Larry Gossett.

State Senate votes to develop new geologic hazards map

  • Today at 4:00AM

The state Senate voted unanimously Wednesday for a bill requested by Commissioner of Public Lands Peter Goldmark to use LiDAR technology to develop and catalog detailed maps of Washington’s geologic hazards.

Motion for new counsel and judge denied in Bothell murder case

  • Feb 25, 2015 at 3:29PM

Last week, Bothell resident Alan Smith requested new council and a new judge to render his sentence following the verdict of guilty for the charge of murder given on Feb. 4, however Judge Michael Downes denied the request today in Snohomish County Court.

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