Restorative Community Pathways for youth offenders contrasts with traditional prosecution.
Low humidity, gusty winds and high temperatures mean if a fire starts, it will spread rapidly.
Proposal asks WA Legislature to allocate $86 million annually.
The crash resulted in a brush fire on State Route 167.
Health officials suggest taking precautions to avoid getting infected with the virus.
$1.5 million will be available for applicants in 2022
Last year fireworks caused $122,000 in damage.
The plan includes improving infrastructure and communications to prevent future disasters.
Temperatures will likely reach 90 degrees Fahrenheit on Sunday, June 26, and Monday, June 27.
Cold spring temperatures and larger than normal snowpack have created dangerous conditions
The Employment Security Department recorded an unemployment rate of 1.9% in the county.
The move comes as COVID-19 cases are increasing in King County
Health officials say the positive case does not pose a significant risk to public health
KCLS cardholders can check out a Discover Pass for two weeks to explore public lands.
The illness is not as easily transmitted compared to COVID-19, according to health officer.
See videos of attack as well as bodycam footage of officer firing at dog.
This added on to the existing number of vacancies in the department.
No new restrictions, recommendations or regulations were suggested by health officer Jeff Duchin
Controversial King County program diverts young offenders from incarceration for certain crimes.
The man was driving at a high speed when the crash occured.
Police don’t have a suspect in custody
King County officials say this decision is backed by science.
Center for COVID Control operated testing sites in King County.