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Police blotter for may 14-19
He was elected in 2016 and is returning to the private sector to be closer to his home and young family.
Police blotter for May 7-10.
Joint effort to curb unwanted harassment proves successful.
When a boat sinks, it costs a lot to bring it up, with millions being spent since 2003 on removals.
Two years later the defendant from Bothell is free of conviction.
Measles is highly contagious and symptoms begin seven to 21 days after exposure.
Increasing number of people experiencing homelessness outpaces housing efforts.
Kellye Mazzoli was hired on about 18 months after the previous assistant city manager was announced.
Locals will vote on a variety of local and county positions.
Washington State House and Senate have passed HB 1155 providing hospital workplace improvements.
While citizens have the right to an attorney in criminal cases, they’re not afforded the same rights in civil litigation.
School urges families to monitor children for signs.
Small, local special districts will face more scrutiny following Enumclaw drainage district case.
High construction and land costs will incentivize developers to build luxury units.
The initiative could allow affirmative action to return to Washington state after 20 years.
The plan requires an annual update.
Police blotter for April 23-25.
The cause of the Mother’s Day incident in Lynnwood is under investigation.
Tenant protections included longer notices and more judicial discretion.