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Eastside politicians vote overwhelmingly in favor of HB 1638.
School district investigating the photo posted to social media.
The Anti-Defamation League has been tracking hate-fueled crimes and incidents to paint a picture of trends in communities.
Police blotter for Feb. 12-Feb. 22.
Volunteers have planted 705,840 trees. Only 425,000 more trees to go.
The lawsuit was filed by the Alliance Defending Freedom, which is classified as a hate group by Southern Poverty Law Center
Third, fourth and fifth grade students create and sell products at “Merchants With a Cause” fair to support charities.
King County’s female police chiefs outline their career paths.
A commission is reviewing the county’s charter and will make recommendations by May.
The proposal for the August ballot would generate an estimated $738 million over the next six years.
Letter addresses points of confusion over Initiative 1639
House passes bill with 94-0 vote
Anti-war group Answer Coalition plans protest March 16 at Seattle Central College
Police blotter for Jan. 31-Feb. 7.
The city is also updating its shoreline master program.
The event raised more than $160,ooo, with major contributions coming from law enforcement agencies.
The performance will be held at MIHS’s performing arts center on Mar. 6.
Washington’s governor will make climate change a key component of his campaign
Board positions available; biology symposium
Northshore School District will apply for a waiver from the state.