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Governor Inslee signed into law Senate Bill 5501 on May 13, implementing new safeguards for animals and setting a new infraction for leaving pets in enclosed spaces with dangerous conditions.
A Coal Rolling ban in New Jersey has been signed into law by Governor Chris Christie. Coal Rolling is when trucks, usually with retrofitted diesel engines, blow thick smoke out stacks or tail pipes and onto unsuspecting victims.
Every year, all levels of law enforcement within Washington State participate in the Click-it or Ticket campaign in order to ensure that all motorists are properly wearing their seat belts.
Buying a new car can be tough, especially for military who may or may not be sent abroad at a moments notice. However, GM wants to make it a little easier for military and veterans to get into a new car.
On May 6, Toyota unveiled it's newest RAV4 rally car meant for the 2015 Rally America's 2WD-open class during the Monster Energy Supercross Championships in Las Vegas.
The Snohomish County Department of Public Works has authorized Talon Landing SFDU to continue to close one lane along Filbert Drive, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., until Friday, May 22.
May 11-15 is the filing period for elections in Washington state. Incumbents and challengers have until the end of today to file with the Public Disclosure Commission (PDC).
The blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical roundup of all calls to the King County Sheriff’s Office that are dispatched to on-duty police officers. The King County Sheriff’s Office blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Kenmore.
Kenmore residents approaching Kenmore Village probably saw an unusually green sight in the parking lot on May 6.
The Bothell Blotter is a description of a small selection of police incidents all calls to the Northshore area that are dispatched to on-duty officers.
Today is Victory over Europe (VE) Day, signifying the Allied success in bringing the Axis powers under control. One local Bothell resident remembers it well because he was in Europe when it happened.
The Northshore Senior Center is hosting it's annual meeting, also known as their State of the Center address, from 9:30 to 11 a.m., May 11.
The Kenmore Waterfront Fair will dock at Squires Landing from 4 to 7 p.m. on May 15.
The Bothell City Council voted 5-1 on May 5 to direct city staff to start conversations with the Richards family, the buyers of the back-nine, and Forterra concerning the purchasing of both the front and back nine for the citizens of Bothell. Councilmember Tom Agnew was the only dissenting vote and Mayor Joshua Freed recused himself from the vote.
Boos and hisses erupted from Bothell citizens as Councilmember Tris Samberg read the Washington Cities Insurance Authority (WCIA) investigator's report concerning the potential conflicts of interest by the city council regarding the Wayne Golf Course. The chamber was standing-room only, packed with Bothell residents interested in the results of the report and other issues surrounding the property.
When McMenamin's opens on Oct. 15, many Bothellites will have access to an entirely new experience, right in their own downtown.
As many parents in the community already know, the Northshore Educators Association (NSEA) has approved a plan to walk out and picket the state's lack of funding for basic education.
The Northshore Education Association (NSEA), the teachers union for the Northshore School District (NSD), has voted in favor of a one-day walkout protest on May 6.
Kenmore-based Bastyr University recently announced a collaboration with the Ottawa Integrative Cancer Centre (OICC) to study the efficacy of naturopathic care in treating late stage cancer.
Six Kenmore students, and members of the Cascade Canoe and Kayak Team, competed in the US Team Trials in Oklahoma City on April 24 and 25.