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The traditional Freedom Festival Parade ran down a revitalized Main Street.
The carbon fee I-1631 has gathered enough signatures to be placed on the November ballot.
Final episode of our three-part series on controversial supervised consumption sites
Washington’s Attorney General plans to sue the federal government over the “zero tolerance” policy.
From environmental regulations to expensive land, local farmers have a lot on their plate
Lots of people in the Seattle area look to Vancouver for an example of what works, or what doesn’t.
Specifics of each agency’s protocols and funding for training still need to be sorted out.
Local officials, transit representatives discuss construction, funding progress on I-405 projects.
A Harvard report shows the housing market is still hard on low and moderate income residents.
Washington secretary of state, Kim Wyman, outlines the rights and limitations of petitioners.
A levy will support police and fire operations, and a bond will help rebuild two fire stations.
The money was already coming, but Constantine wants to speed up the process.
Pride Week will be June 24-30 in the city of Kenmore.
Potential ordinance would encourage use of paper, resuable bags.
A Bothell man stabbed a woman after an argument on June 16.
The mobile project—an alternative to permanent sites—still doesn’t have a defined timeline.
The fatal shooting of Tommy Le served as a case study for researchers.
Projects include road widening and Safe Routes to School.
One King County councilmember says male-dominated departments have “workplace culture issues.”
Lots of grass and warmer weather could make for worsening fire seasons.