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Bravo to Cedar Park Assembly for rejecting the bigoted, hateful and unconstitutional law mandating that its insurance has to pay for the murder of innocent… Continue reading
I am happy to see the Washington State Legislature take up a bill (HB1211) to achieve 100 percent renewable energy in our state. This is… Continue reading
Democrats, who control the House and Senate, are set to release spending plans and revenue packages
What does it mean when a city council holds executive sessions?
New advertising director joins Eastside news team
Violence in the world will happen but we shouldn’t just resign ourselves to it.
In opioid epidemic, lawmaker wants recovery to be on the same pedestal as treatment and prevention.
KCLS offers various resources for individuals looking to take control of their economic success.
Crews were able to respond to this event because of voters’ support of the 2016 Safe Streets and Sidewalks levy.
Syrian arts curator and cultural advisor shares how art can tell the story of history.
Traveling abroad is an easy reminder to check your ethnocentrism.
After spending a couple of weeks digging out of another “once in a hundred years” weather event, I am thinking more and more about the… Continue reading
According to the Independent in the United Kingdom, four in 10 children are addicted to the Internet. You may think that your kid is addicted… Continue reading
Thank you Northshore Fire District voters! You came through again and renewed the fire district benefit charge with a 90 percent “yes” vote. Your support… Continue reading
Even with a robust economy, the majority party may seek more revenue to carry out its wish list.
One drawback with having so much of the media controlled by billionaires is that problems and concerns that affect millions of Americans get very little… Continue reading
Easy way to get rid of King County funding struggles: get rid of King County. Based on their executive budget snapshot for 2019-20, that would… Continue reading
Misleading postcards didn’t violate election laws because they touted non-candidates, the PDC found.
City continues to create a sense of place downtown.