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  • Cedar Hills Regional Landfill Local News

    King County Council approves expansion of county landfill for up to another 20 years

    The King County Council voted Wednesday to approve the expansion of Cedar Hills Regional Landfill, the county's only active landfill, to allow operations to continue for up to another 20 years.
  • broward county sheriff, police KIRO Nights

    Gee: I'm not a cop hater, I just don't support bad police officers

    I get called a "cop hater" sometimes. The truth is quite the opposite. But that doesn't mean we should not call out bad police officers when we see them.
  • tolls, I-405, tolled roads, I-405 toll lanes Dori Monson

    Bonding against SR 167 tolls forces WSDOT to keep congestion

    WSDOT plans to expand the State Route 167 tolls and bond against the revenue collected from them.
  • bellevue cat Candy Mike and Todd

    Miska, the most notorious cat in King County, lawyers up

    Trespassing, unlawful imprisonment, deportation--the case of Miska the tabby cat seems to have it all. This Bellevue cat has racked up dozens of infractions, thousands in fines.
  • Victoria DelCarmen, pierce county, child pornography Local News

    Pierce County babysitter charged with 4 counts of child pornography

    The Pierce County Sheriff's Office has arrested an 18-year-old babysitter and charged her with four counts of child pornography.
  • Pierce County Local News

    Child inside stolen car safely returned to Pierce County father

    A stolen car in Pierce County with a 3-year-old child was recovered by the Sheriff's Office, with the child unharmed.
  • Cowlitz deputy Local News

    Fallen Cowlitz County deputy to be honored with memorial

    A memorial service for slain Cowlitz County Deputy Justin DeRosier will be held on Wednesday at 1 p.m. on the University of Portland campus.
  • Census 2020 Dave Ross

    Ross: Citizen question does more harm than good for census

    The Supreme Court took up the census case on Tuesday, and experts are already predicting the court will allow the 2020 census to include the “are you a citizen?” question. But would it do more harm than good?
  • women-owned businesses Local News

    Women-owned businesses up 38 percent in Seattle since 2007

    An annual report points to a massive uptick in women-owned businesses both across the country, and in Washington state.
  • U-District house fire Local News

    Firefighters battle blaze in abandoned house in U-District

    Seattle firefighters were on-scene early Monday morning at a "fully involved" house fire in the 4500 block of 9th Avenue Northeast in the city's University District.
  • King County Local News

    King County airport will begin banning ICE detainee flights

    The King County International Airport will no longer support activity related to Immigration and Customs Enforcement and deportation.
  • faith and politics Dori Monson

    Faith and politics -- a dish best served separately?

    Politicians often tie faith and politics together, but one former Bush administration member believes that Americans should be more careful about this.
  • Edmonds, everett, high speed chase Local News

    Everett/Edmonds high speed chase: 2 in custody, including homicide suspect

    A high speed chase out of Everett ended in Edmonds with a heavy police presence. Two suspects were taken into custody, one on suspicion of a homicide.
  • Atticus Effect, judge, seattle, justice Local News

    One Seattle judge, drug crimes, and a limited system

    Seattle Judge Ed McKenna explains one case he faced recently, but it's a case he sees often, with many different defendants. The justice system is limited, he argues.
  • pioneer square Local News

    Concern about underground street walls bringing vehicle weight restrictions to Pioneer Square

    So the city plans new load restrictions in Pioneer Square. In early May, vehicles weighing more than 10,000 pounds will have to stay in the left lane, where the ground is more solid and where buses drive now.
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