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Board members say they will find others ways to increase transparency.
The community outcry continues for the man who called 911 for help but was detained by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and currently faces possible deportation.
In one of his longest running Senate traditions, Sen. Joe Fain hosted the Leadership Institute of South Puget Sound at the state Capitol for the eighth consecutive year.
The following is a press release from King County. King County Executive Dow Constantine today announced 65 volunteer-led community events and projects that will be… Continue reading
A fire was called into the Tukwila Fire Department at 8:07 a.m. According to Marty Grisham, Tukwila’s emergency manager, the fire took place at an… Continue reading
New partnerships funded by King County and Seattle Foundation will help address the startling racial inequities in the region.
A proposed pilot project would partner mental health professionals and local law enforcement officers on calls that involve a mental health crisis.
The following is a press release from The Museum of Flight. US Air Force U-2 pilot Maj. Kristofer W. Duckett will deliver an inspiring and… Continue reading
The following is a press release from King County. In 2016, the Metropolitan King County Council accepted the recommendations of King County’s Immigrant and Refugee… Continue reading
Board expected to vote on resolution at Feb. 13 meeting.
The following is a press release from King County Water District 125. King County Water District 125 has received 2017 Stewardship Award from the State… Continue reading
Hearing scheduled for 5:30 p.m. Jan. 23
Investigators allege Rosalio Ramos-Ramos attempted to dismember the victim and put his body in a suitcase.
Tukwila Police Officer Charles Saguil hopes to bridge the gap between law enforcement and youth in his new role as the school resource officer at… Continue reading
Recently launched pilot program provides free Wi-Fi around South 144th Street.
Tukwila’s first charter school will begin serving kindergarteners and first-graders in August.
Major Crime Unit is investigating the case as a homicide.
Enhanced training and public awareness will be part of the program.
Southcenter Boulevard has re-opened to traffic.
Residents interested in serving on SEA Stakeholder Advisory Round Table need to apply by Jan. 22.