Ready to take down your Christmas tree? If it’s not a flocked tree, consider recycling it! It’s much better for the environment, and there are convenient ways for you to leave your tree for recycling pick up or take it to an area recycling company.
A newborn baby who died of whooping cough last week in King County was the first pertussis death in Washington since August 2011 and occurred even though the number of new cases in the epidemic is a tenth of last spring’s rate.
High winds early Monday have knocked out power for about 8,000 Puget Sound Energy customers in south King County and Thurston County.
The U.S. Department of Education has announced that seven school districts in King County have won a $40 million grant.
Comedian Katt Williams did not show up at an arraignment hearing in Seattle for charges of fourth-degree assault stemming from several run-ins with people and police this past weekend.
Ten same-sex couples were selected in a lottery on Monday to receive some of the first licenses issued under the new Washington state law allowing gay marriage.
With the recent media reports indicating that veterinarians in King County have noted an alarming number of parvovirus cases in King County, Homeward Pet would like to help keep family dogs safe by providing FREE Parvo Combination Vaccines to any dogs in need on Thursday, December 6.
Regardless of your party or voting preferences, Seattleites are ready to celebrate come Election Day! Be sure to mail in your ballot, and then mark your calendar for a great party on Tuesday, November 6.
The Superior Court lawsuit contends that Seattle and King County, working with investor Chris Hansen, have approved an agreement to build the arena in an industrial area south of downtown without first completing a required environmental review.
As more than 3 million Washington voters finish filling out their ballots in the state’s first presidential all-mail election, some should put two stamps on envelopes in counties where the ballot weighs more than an ounce. But don’t worry if the postage is short; the Postal Service always delivers.