Council approves six-month trial period
Truck trailer flipped over on Glade Road
Officials looking for shooter
State calling for children to be immunized
The school year has started, and the state of Washington is asking that school-age children be up-to-date on their immunizations against such highly-contagious diseases as measles.
The public is invited to comment on updates proposed for the state’s aquatic noxious weed control permit, which allows the use of herbicides to control invasive, non-native plants.
The school district’s education association, a union representing teachers, has asked to be on the school board’s agenda Monday.
The City Council will consider a parade resolution and ordinance revision during its meeting Monday night.
IRS officials said they received reports of scammers sending a fraudulent version of CP2000 notices via e-mail for tax year 2015.
The weather on Interstate 90 east of Snoqualmie Pass can change rapidly, which can impact construction.
The School Board has appointed a Safe and Drug-Free Schools Advisory Committee to look at student drug/alcohol abuse prevention and intervention efforts.
A stretch of East Edison Avenue was closed yesterday from the 2200 block to state Highway 241 so crews could dig into the road and make water infrastructure improvements.
The state is dismissing its request that Tim Eyman and his Citizen Solutions organization be held in contempt of court.
Opponents have raised over $220,000
Between them two candidates for state auditor have raised more than $220,000 for their respective campaigns.
A crew inflates the Morning Melody balloon from Wilsonville, Ore. this morning during the Great Prosser Balloon Rally.
No homes lost in Rock Creek blaze
A wildfire burning for nearly two weeks is now contained.