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Trained, IRS-Certified volunteers at YWCA Greenbridge and YWCA Technology Center in Seola Gardens are offering free tax preparation to anyone making $51,000 or less.
The Washington Department of Licensing told Examiner late Monday morning that there are now 451,729 active concealed pistol licenses in the state, a number that suggests a slowdown on CPL applications has materialized, but news out of Seattle and North Bend may cause it to perk right back up again.
Sen. Tracey Eide, D-Federal Way, announced she won't run for re-election in the 30th Legislative district this year.
WHEN I woke that August morning in 1982, the Greater Seattle community I was proud to serve never suspected what the next 20 years would hold.
A newly formed organization will join others in fighting the proposed condominium project, which would be built on an abandoned industrial site at Point Wells on the shore of Puget Sound in unincorporated southwest Snohomish County.
After days of heavy rain and landslides galore, the weather will finally turn to sunny skies and springtime temperatures by midweek.
A Bothell landscaper who claimed he was suffering from an on-the-job injury has admitted to stealing state workers' compensation benefits.
The King County Flood Warning Center has issued a Phase II flood alert for the Green River because of increased flows from heavy rainfall.
The 11-mile-long East Lake Sammamish Trail that links the communities of Redmond, Sammamish and Issaquah has been undergoing a structural and cosmetic makeover during the past few years.
King County Parks has scheduled a public meeting for March 26 in Ravensdale to meet with people who want to learn more about trails proposed for the Black Diamond Open Space.
Funding is complete on a new Veteran's Housing Project to serve low-income and homeless veterans in South King County.
Just one month remains in the first-ever opportunity to buy health insurance with deep federal subsidies.
A Seattle man alleged to have been caught setting up a camera in the women's restroom of a Des Moines library has been charged with voyeurism.
Police responded to the incident shortly after noon at the Bank of America in the 16600 block of International Boulevard South, according to a statement from the King County Sheriff's Office.
Gov. Jay Inslee today announced the appointments of two new Superior Court judges, one for King County and one for Pierce County.