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Most of the settlement money will be used to mitigate the opioid crisis in Washington.
The goal is to increase equity and reduce strain on families.
King County Local Dive: Another cop is in trouble; protection order disparities; city bans public use of fentanyl
A new podcast for King County residents
Ever since Dave Larberg’s forebears arrived in Auburn in the early 1900s, his family has served the public. For decades, it owned and operated a… Continue reading
Emmanuel Bradsher is also a suspect in the death of his brother moments before the crash.
Auburn School District board recently authorized staff to begin working in partnership local medical providers to explore options.
Shots fired at truck April 29 in Auburn
An Auburn man tried to end a dispute with another man by firing a shot in a busy Auburn parking lot in the late afternoon… Continue reading
The two were last seen leaving a Federal Way hotel on May 1.
Driver in critical condition after semi-truck rolls, catches fire in Auburn
Amid teacher shortage, Renton pilots program to fast-track students into educators for the district.
The defense said it needs more time to gather evidence.
County auditor finds barriers to access, inequities in outcomes for people seeking protection orders
The auditors made several recommendations to improve the protection order process.
A hearing and confirmation process for the appointment is set to begin on May 18.
In most transit areas, fares won’t be collected from 3:00 a.m. on May 14 until 2:29 a.m. on May 16.
JUDGED BY XII (Episode 3): Behind the decision to charge a police officer with murder | King County Local Dive
Special podcast series explores Auburn Police Officer Jeffrey Nelson’s role in the death of Jesse Sarey.
Smith allegedly crashed his Mercedes twice in less than 20 minutes in Seattle
Davies began driving buses after he graduated from Auburn High School in 1975.
Officials say the levee destroyed wetland habitat critical for salmon over 60 years.
No new restrictions, recommendations or regulations were suggested by health officer Jeff Duchin