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The REA voted for the 12.2 percent wage increase Monday, Aug. 27. Bargaining will continue for other unions.
‘Fantastic Beasts’ kickoff event The King County Library System will hold a kickoff event Sept. 1 to celebrate the fall season and a new program… Continue reading
On Friday, Aug. 24
The police department and city hopes to modernize fines for false alarm system calls.
A joint statement released last Friday said that all three unions were initially offered 3.1 percent
The attempted attack occurred on Aug. 13 in unincorporated King County.
Policy shift comes as part of a settlement in response to a 2017 lawsuit
When Renton resident David Finlayson joined the United States Marine Corps in 2011, he was the picture of health. Of course, even the most fit… Continue reading
The former martial arts studio owner remains in custody. His sentencing is scheduled for Sept. 21.
Seattle and King County’s joint task force to address the crisis still only has vague strategies.
The community is invited to a public hearing during the Aug. 20 Renton City Council meeting.
The Sheriff’s discipline comes as the result of violent off-duty behavior.
Unions expressed initial upset and confusion money wouldn’t be going to staff
The suspect is a person of interest in five other trash can and/or dumpster fires in the same area
King County Prosecutor candidate claims ‘Garcia did not murder Officer Moreno’ | Update: Satterberg explains case
Morris says Kent teen should not be charged with murder or in adult court
Firefighters found a single-story house, fully engulfed in flames on Aug. 10.
The incident occurred Thursday afternoon on Interstate 90.
News and Notes for Aug. 10, 2018
The 600 pounds of fireworks had a street value of $8,000.
The male teenager was rescued on Aug. 7 after suffering injuries while jumping into the Green River. He hit several large rocks.