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Karisa Keasey’s work to be featured in the Renton History Museum this month.
The webpage has raised nealry $12k in less than two days.
Refugee service group looking for donations and volunteers to resettle refugees.
Governor’s office says 1200 people are eligible for clemency after State v. Blake decision.
King County Equity Now petition calls for resignations and community program funding.
Authorities evacuated residents and hillside streets after water weakened structure of hill.
Results updated as of 3:41 pm, August 16th:
The move is under the Land Conservation Initiative aimed at preserving 65,000 acres.
The ban prohibits all outdoor recreational fires.
The Renton Planning Commision will hold a meeting to discuss the topic on Aug. 18.
Also proposed is legislation to improve courthouse security measures.
Multiple employees are believed to have been injured and some even hostpitalized following incident.
Eleven people have experienced symptoms consistent with norovirus since eating at Wildfin in Renton.
The suspect is believed to set the house on fire before being apprehended.
The Intentionalist is opening up $400 tabs for folks to use this weekend at select businesses.
This year’s event will focus on promoting self-advocacy in the creative sector.
The Puget Sound’s first Topgolf is promised to be unlike any other in the country.
Workers cite lack of medical leave, outsourcing and bad-faith negotiations as reason for strike.
Crime is rising in the ’dangerous environment that has surrounded our seat of government.’
Some lawyers testified that the backlog has created an “access to justice” problem.