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Windermere Real Estate/Mercer Island is so thrilled at the participation our office received during the Kicks For Kids back-to-school sneaker drive.
Bill Ptacek, the new CEO of Calgary Libraries, hopes to increase membership by eliminating the fee for cards.
An island woman has been reported missing, and anyone with information about her whereabouts is encouraged to contact the King County Sheriff's Office.
WYATT Holding a photo of her 23-year-old son, Dwone Anderson-Young, at a Central District vigil.
The state's ban on psychiatric boarding will not go into effect until the state Supreme Court rules on a request for a 120-day delay.
Leland Russell Jr., a 29-year-old Burien man, was charged Monday with two counts of Murder in the First Degree with Firearm Enhancements for last Wednesday's double homicide at a gas station in Kent.
The two parties responsible for the murder of a 39-year-old Kent woman, who was found in the trunk of her burned car near Black Diamond, have been sentenced to prison.
All King County and city residents can safely dispose of old car batteries, oil, paint thinner and many other household hazardous items at no cost when the Wastemobile comes to Covington, Sept.
King County Metro Transit will make a first round of bus service cuts in the Valley and the wider region Sept.
A program teaching police officers how to defuse tense situations is evolving and expanding in Washington state.
This summer and fall, Seattle Times editorial board members are interviewing candidates in select races for state and federal office, and in pro and con campaigns in statewide and local initiatives.
Sept. 6-7 at Angle Lake Park , with live entertainment, bands, fun for kids and much more.
A Seattle man has confessed to killing three people in Washington, including a gay couple in Seattle, saying he committed the murders as an act of revenge against American military actions in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria, according to the Los Angeles Times .
The program will coincide with Metro-wide fare increases, which will also go into effect in March 2015.
Blues music played from loud speakers strung across the rolling green lawn, friends caught up in small groups, and children ran through water sprayed from beautiful, cartoonish park fountains.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 08:16 am
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