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Mercer Island artist shares purpose through music
Washington’s Attorney General plans to sue the federal government over the “zero tolerance” policy.
City officials are wary of voter and tax fatigue, but want to protect critical programs.
Lots of people in the Seattle area look to Vancouver for an example of what works, or what doesn’t.
Specifics of each agency’s protocols and funding for training still need to be sorted out.
Third generation Islanders have worked to preserve the sense of community found at the bookstore.
The girl was pinned after the 16-year-old driver drunkenly backed over the edge of a ravine.
Washington secretary of state, Kim Wyman, outlines the rights and limitations of petitioners.
A Harvard report shows the housing market is still hard on low and moderate income residents.
The money was already coming, but Constantine wants to speed up the process.
All Mercer Island Fire Department units responded to the fire on Tuesday.
The Mercer Island police blotter for May 30 - June 9
The plane was attempting a water take-off when it lost control and crashed into Lake Washington.
Black Student Union president angered that a “white group of people can justify for a black community…and has been question[ed] on what is and is not racist.”
Minor injuries were reported.
The mobile project—an alternative to permanent sites—still doesn’t have a defined timeline.
Guest speakers discuss history, patriotism.
The fatal shooting of Tommy Le served as a case study for researchers.
City council members start to take positions on potential levy lid lift.
One King County councilmember says male-dominated departments have “workplace culture issues.”