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DOE awarding $312 million to communities for clean water projects The Washington Department of Ecology is awarding $312 million in grants and loans that could… Continue reading
Seattle Police arrested a 40-year-old homeless woman on a charge of reckless endangerment for allegedly dropping a bottle off an overpass onto eastbound I-90 early… Continue reading
8:17 a.m.: On I-5 southbound just north of South Albro Place an earlier incident blocking the two right lanes has been cleared. 8:08 a.m.: Maintenance… Continue reading
Staff reports: Recent collisions have severely injured or even killed state highway workers while they were serving the public — injuries and deaths that could… Continue reading
On the eve of what is predicted to be the busiest Independence Day Holiday ever for road trips, AAA Washington — in partnership with Clark… Continue reading
Wednesday morning, June 30 SR 410 Eastbound - Road work on State Route 410 eastbound from milepost 13.37 near 181st Avenue East to milepost 16.7… Continue reading
Staff reports: The Washington State Transportation Commission has launched its public comment process as it prepares to increase toll rates on the Tacoma Narrows Bridge,… Continue reading
Staff reports: Apartments in the Seattle area are getting bigger, but that trend is being driven by construction in suburban cities, according to a new… Continue reading
$11.3 million proposed for citizenship application support and COVID relief to undocumented families
Temps could break 100 degrees three consecutive days June 26-28
Libraries, malls among spots to go; several cities to open cooling centers
Global shipment issues affect supply and sales of fireworks.
Under a new order, landlords can only evict a tenant if they refuse to seek help through a relief program.
Housing experts concerned about the long-term impacts on generational wealth.
Health experts are urging Washingtonians to prepare for more of what they suffered through last September — what the Department of Ecology called an unprecedented… Continue reading
South King County and certain minority groups are far behind on COVID-19 vaccine goals.
Libraries across King County will advance to Phase 4 on June 30, and all remaining library buildings will be open by July 13. After the… Continue reading
About 1.3 million county residents have completed their COVID-19 vaccine series.
Sixty-nine people were reportedly shot during the first quarter of 2021.