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After 15 years as county prosecuting attorney, Satterberg announced he will retire Dec. 31, 2022.
South 336th St. site results in total loss of Christian Faith Center, dozens of displaced residents.
Data collected from first three quarters of 2021 shows more fatal shootings, shots fired incidents than previous year.
The mobile site is set to open Dec. 20 in Federal Way; additional locations to come.
King County’s first Involuntary Treatment Act (ITA) courthouse comfort dog has died, the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office announced on Nov. 12. Murphy, a mixed… Continue reading
The woman received her shot on Aug. 26 and died in early September, according to public health.
Increase attributed to more expensive gas, housing, household furnishings and food, state’s Department of Labor & Industries says.
New health order goes into effect Monday, Oct. 25.
Athletes are not required to wear masks when participating in sports of any contact level while outside.
Hotel and two additional Seattle properties to become part of county’s Health Through Housing homelessness program.
Tilorae Shepherd, 22, died at the scene of the shooting on June 28.
About 1.3 million county residents have completed their COVID-19 vaccine series.
Eileen & Callie’s Place is hosting Celebrate 18!, a celebration and resource event, Saturday, July 17.
ORCA cards accepted on Sound Transit, King County Metro, Washington State Ferries, and more.
Applications due by 4 p.m. Wednesday, May 5.
UW study to help find if devices can detect early warning signs of acute respiratory infections, such as COVID-19 and flu.
Eligibility verification via Phase Finder no longer required for appointments, vaccinations beginning this week.
Federal Way native’s case has attracted the attention of a national advocacy group.
Rainier Audubon Society encompasses the South King County areas of Auburn, Federal Way, Kent, Des Moines, Redondo, Renton and more while also extending out toward Mount Rainier.
Washington State Department of Labor and Industries found more than 1,500 instances of violations including missing meal breaks, working during school hours and more.