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You can order the tests through the state’s new online portal.
Starting in 2023; Republicans voice support for Senate Bill 5932
The study helped identify challenges faced by residents and cultural organizations in Washington
The free food truck will be outside the Renton Chamber of Commerce on select Saturdays
SB 5697 would compel industries to report data, invest in infrastructure, meet standards.
Governor wants lawmakers to pass legislation making it a gross misdemeanor.
The art show is intended to raise awareness of brain injuries and the impacts they have.
Construction to begin this year.
The auditor’s office recommends clarifying responsibilities and accountability for effective planning.
The male Burien resident was arrested after allegedly shooting and killing a 54-year-old man.
Levy measures will be on Feb. 8 special election ballots.
King County health officials say 1 in 7 ICU and acute-care hospital beds are occupied by a COVID patient.
Man pleads not guilty to first-degree voyeurism charge in December 2021 incident at Auburn casino
Collection company initially cited weather as the reason, but now a strike interferes.
The leadership positions and committee assignments will last through 2022.
King County’s 4Culture to offer federal relief funds to ‘cultural producers’ impacted by the pandemic
Applications open until Feb. 2.
Healthcare workers unions are supporting HB 1868 and companion bill SB 5715.
One deals with mental health response and the other deals with less-lethal weapons.
Leesa Manion, chief of staff for the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, to run for county prosecutor
Announcement comes the same day that Dan Satterberg announced he would not run for re-election.
After 15 years as county prosecuting attorney, Satterberg announced he will retire Dec. 31, 2022.