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New laws target vaccines, sex crimes and daylight savings; losers include sex ed and dwarf tossing bills.
There’s no way to predict when or where an accident will happen. That’s why the American Red Cross needs donors to give blood and platelets… Continue reading
Get ready for a 14-hour closure this Saturday night, April 27 at the State Route 167/Interstate 405 interchange in Renton. Weather pending, the northbound SR… Continue reading
Nurses show up in Olympia to support bill, protest Sen. Walsh’s remarks.
A ninth cell will be built, extending its life by another decade.
Legal challenge expected from federal government.
Local community leader James Jeyaraj launched his campaign on Wednesday to serve on the Auburn City Council. Jeyaraj has an extensive history as a community… Continue reading
Algona celebrated it annual Easter Egg hunt this past Saturday. Hundreds of kids and families were treated to face painting, bunny hop races, an Easter… Continue reading
Approximately 100 high school and college students are expected to attend a summit designed for American Indians and Alaska Natives living in South King County.… Continue reading
Washington state is famous for countless reasons. It’s the birthplace of Starbucks and Bill Gates, one of the biggest producers of the U.S.’s lumber and… Continue reading
Leaders, community welcome district’s 15th elementary school as crews begin to build the foundation
For the Auburn Reporter Starting June 1, riders using the parking lots at the Auburn and Puyallup Sounder stations will be able to access parking… Continue reading
Hannah McLaughlin, 16, served as a page in the Washington State Senate during the week of April 8. Sen. Mona Das, D-Kent, sponsored McLaughlin’s week… Continue reading
Estevan Garcia and Alexis “Blu” Warner served as pages in the Washington State Senate during the first week of April. Sen. Claire Wilson, D-Auburn, sponsored… Continue reading
Legislation to establish a state commission to identify concerns specific to LGBTQ individuals and apply those concerns to inform practices and policies at state agencies… Continue reading
Lawmakers aim to improve ‘herd immunity’ in the state
Purchase a bowl of your choice then enjoy a soup lunch
More than 100 days into her first term in office, U.S. Rep. Kim Schrier’s plate is loaded with health care, climate change, education
Voters will be asked to decide whether to approve the levy on Aug. 6.
Free community event inspires active bodies and fun