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Caller claims prostitution case filed, but pay money and charges will be dropped
Treehouse works to find ways to support youth
Response to recent reports of aggressive policing by agents in Portland
Payment is on top of base weekly state benefit amount
Cities and chambers of commerce are regularly updating their sites to provide resources and news.
The 45-bed facility will treat those awaiting test results, or who have mild symptoms.
Numbers like this haven’t been seen since height of the Great Recession.
“Business as usual” was common for most cities earlier this week. Now, cancellations are increasing.
Inslee addressed the outbreak at a Thursday press conference.
The decision process for closing or delaying school follows a strict guideline.
Babies of Homelessness hopes to deliver toys to more than 300 families this holiday.
Search and rescue teams found him quickly, but he was already dead on Greider Lakes Trail.
The two were allegedly racing, according to the Washington State Patrol.
The study can be used as a resource to inform future planning.
About 306 fraudulent checks cashed totaling $400,526.
Joint effort to curb unwanted harassment proves successful.
The cause of the Mother’s Day incident in Lynnwood is under investigation.
Continuation will provide funding for six years.
Public safety, affordable housing, economic development, and fiscal accountability are top priorities.
The biennial quilt show will be Oct. 26-27.