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1 hr ago | Snoqualmie Valley Record
Carnation's new police officer is back. Scott Allen, who got his first job in law enforcement 17 years ago with Carnation's police department, is once again patrolling the city, this time as both a King County Sheriff's Deputy and Carnation's dedicated full-time cop.
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5 hrs ago | King County Journal
A 53-year-old Kirkland man was arrested Friday after he struck and killed a woman in her 20s in the Inglewood neighborhood of Kenmore.
9 hrs ago | The White Center Blog
A horse sanctuary, a senior center, neighborhood events, clean-up campaigns, and local youth groups are among 27 projects and organizations that will receive Community Engagement Grants through King County's Community Service Area program.
13 hrs ago | Real Change
The King County Council is considering legislation that would establish a minimum wage for the county's 12,000 employees as well as its contract workers.
The 33-year-old man was shot in the 4000 block of A Street Southeast at 10:16 p.m., according the Auburn Police Department.
King County Councilmember Larry Phillips says he plans 600,000 hours of bus service cuts, many targeted at people living in poor neighborhoods, unless voters agree to increase some of the county's most regressive taxes.
King County Sheriff's detectives are asking for the public's help identifying a man who they believe is responsible for two recent bank robberies.
White Center Heights Elementary kindergartners and first graders working on their community helpers module in class got a very special set of visitors March 13th when a Fire Engine from North Highline Fire District, an ambulance from American Medical Response, MJ Olmstead from the King County Sheriffs Office, and King County Sheriff's Guardian1 ... (more)
King County Sheriff's Office detectives are looking for this man seen Thursday in connection with a robbery at a Chase Bank in Covington.
A new school devoted to helping nonprofit infants and children with special needs opened in Bothell March 3, as a part of the Northshore School District.
Stellar J workers Jess Hibdon and Oscar Gonzalez clean on March 11 construction-related sediment from a stormwater vault along Park Lane.
Mike Stroble, left, facilities manager of the vacant K2 building on Vashon Island, stands in what was once a meeting room for the ski company's creative team.
Six siblings who said they suffered 2½ years of physical abuse and neglect while living with a family friend will get a combined $8 million from Washington state as part of a legal settlement reached this week.
New Medicaid enrollments are coming in faster than people buying insurance coverage through Washington's Healthplanfinder.
A newborn baby found dead Feb. 12 by the side of a road in North Bend will be buried Saturday.
The question of whether Williams L. Phillip Jr. or someone else killed city of Kent employee Seth Frankel in 2010 at his Auburn home dominated the opening statements Monday at the retrial of Phillip just as it did last year at his initial trial.
The 14th annual Wacky Wheelays will be held at 12:45 p.m. on July 13 at Lake Washington High School in Kirkland and many Northshore organizations have signed up to take part.