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The King County Metropolitan Council will vote during its next meeting on whether to grant hazard pay to grocery store workers employed by large stores… Continue reading
Lake Sammamish kokanee aren’t out of the woods by any stretch, but there’s reason to be optimistic about the fate of the little red fish… Continue reading
In Washington state last September, some 600,000 acres burned within 72 hours.
Fall City, Kent libraries among six selected for partial reopening.
A top UW doctor talks new strains, masks and when normal could return.
A new statewide report outlines how COVID-19 outbreaks have moved through Washington schools. The report, released on Feb. 11, lists outbreaks in King County and… Continue reading
Lawmakers in Olympia are considering an overhaul of Washington state’s public health system to increase access to basic services. A number of changes are expected… Continue reading
Some experts believe we’re on the cusp of discovering packs in King County.
Ten of the 14 salmon species listed as endangered are in crisis.
Lawmakers are eyeing a number of bills which could change firearm regulations in the state.
Wastewater treatment plants account for about 70% of the excess nutrients.
The right-wing social media website is not being hosted by Epik, but registered its domain.
King County sits only miles away from one-third of the deployed U.S. nuclear arsenal.
A mob of right-wing agitators stormed the Capitol Building on Jan. 6, as Congress was preparing to certify the Electoral College presidential election count in… Continue reading
It’s legislation filing season, and the floodgates have opened in Olympia.
Unemployment rates held steady between October and November, according to a newly released preliminary monthly state employment report. November unemployment numbers were released on Dec.… Continue reading
Utilities could eventually raise rates to recoup lost costs, activists say that’s a bad plan.
King County ran ads for a natural gas coalition on its buses this year.
It will require a lot more coordination, but will be more resilient.
Nonprofits around the state are struggling to make ends meet during the pandemic, according to a new study by the University of Washington. The study,… Continue reading