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City facilities are closing early and events have been cancelled, including the MIYFS Breakfast.
Budget reductions are the first item on the work plan for the next two years.
Measles outbreak slows as four new cases are confirmed in Oregon.
The draft vision emphasizes accessibility and inclusivity for a variety of users.
Bellevue and Issaquah are among Eastside cities that use exemption as an incentive
Many side streets remain icy as temperatures stay low
A new law seeks to strength data collection on missing and murdered indigenous women.
Police blotter for Jan. 5-10.
28 cities have ordinances that restrict or ban ownership of pit bull terriers
Program is underfunded by roughly $250 million annually
At least two local salmon species in the Puget Sound region may be near the end of their ability to naturally reproduce.
The city said the event cancellations are necessary to balance future budgets.
A week after the Supreme Court ruling, active-duty service members remain uncertain about their future.
After several community meetings, the Planning Commission will review the draft this week.
Police blotter for Dec. 27, 2018 - Jan. 5, 2019.
As If Theatre Company will debut its first production on Feb. 8.
Marchers included residents from throughout the Eastside.
Six-month moratorium on new fossil fuel infrastructure was narrowly approved
Lisa Anderl took her oath of office on Jan. 15.
The site at 2885 78th Ave. has a new owner after being previously under contract with Hines.