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1 King County homelessness ‘czar’ candidate turns down job
2 Top pick for King County homelessness 'czar' turns down the job
3 Executive Constantine requests $65 million and signs emergency declaration to protect West Point Treatment Plant from power disruptions
4 South African COVID-19 variant identified in King County
5 King County Library System to open some branches for in-person service in March
6 As coronavirus vaccinations continue in King County, issues of equity remain
7 Flows stabilize on several rain-swollen King County rivers
8 King County judge upholds series of Seattle eviction protections
9 King County Flood Warning Center closed as river flows stabilize; workers will continue to monitor conditions
10 King County homelessness ‘czar’ candidate declines job
11 King County Flood Warning Center: Minor flooding possible on White River as heavy rainfall continues to push stream flows higher
12 As nation marks sad 500000 milestone, a look at the deadly COVID-19 numbers in Seattle and King County
13 Sticker shock awaits some King County property owners
14 Chris Franco, Veteran and County Office of Equity & Social Justice Leader, Is Running for King County Council
15 Executive Constantine announces expanded vaccination site in Redmond, new equity principles for community partnerships
16 King County launches COVID-19 vaccination sites in Kent and Auburn to provide access for vulnerable older adults
17 Long lines, few vaccines as King County is under looser Phase 2 COVID regulations
18 As King County prepares for Phase 2, a health official issues dire warning: Use 'extreme caution'
19 Candidate chosen to lead King County homelessness authority turns down job
20 King County health officer: It'd be 'reckless' to not mitigate against COVID variant
21 King County vaccination sites reopening after-weather related shutdowns
22 The blog about White Center » Archive » King County Councilmembers' Town Hall on March 3rd
23 King County Seeks Community Input From Unincorporated Areas
24 King County working with Seattle City Light to ensure power reliability at West Point Treatment Plant
25 No set timeline for when Washington will reach herd immunity to COVID-19
26 Racial disparities prompt calls to repeal King County’s bicycle helmet law
27 King County seeks public input on possible new recycling center locations
28 King County’s new homelessness authority chooses CEO after six-month delay
29 Law enforcement needs 'culture change,' says King Co. Council chair
30 King County Council rebukes preferential COVID-19 vaccinations, calls on state to take action
31 How to get a COVID-19 vaccine in Seattle, King County and Washington state
32 Will others follow Tacoma and dump bike helmet laws? Maybe. But don’t skip this step
33 King County begins mailing out property tax bills; some areas to see double-digit increases in rates
34 First case of South Africa COVID-19 variant detected in King County
35 As King County reopens indoor dining and fitness, Covid-19 experts advise caution
36 Man jailed in King County 76 times arrested for robbery at Pike Place business
37 Washington State Patrol worker arrested for child rape investigation in undercover sting
38 New COVID-19 variant in King County
39 Armed with shears as weapons, volunteers battle invasive plants in a King County park
40 'That's somebody evil:' Search on for suspect randomly cutting brakes in South King County
41 King County councilmembers propose hazard pay for grocery store employees
42 Juvenile justice in King County: The most violent crimes don’t present easy answers
43 As Dining Rooms Reopen in King County, Local Health Officials Urge Caution
44 Seattle, state look to join King County in multimillion dollar Washington State Convention Center bailout
45 King County Sheriff's detective fired for controversial posts about Seattle protesters
46 Most Property Taxes Bills Higher This Year In King County
47 SeaTac re-evaluating King County policing contract after sheriff's office changes
48 Can King County keep using empty hotels to fight homelessness?
49 Renton man sentenced in King County Drainage District fraud...
50 Callouts for King County Sheriff's Crisis Negotiation Team have almost doubled
51 Weekend vaccine appointments in Puget Sound may be impacted by weather shipping delays
52 Rape cases increasing at alarming rate in King County this year
53 How to check if King County roads have been plowed
54 King County ordered to fix power supply problems at sewage plant
55 Enumclaw hits 600 COVID cases
56 King County ranks among best counties in Washington to get approved for a mortgage
57 Collisions in King County up 300% this past weekend, State Patrol reports
58 The blog about White Center » Archive » King County Council considering fireworks ban for unincorporated areas
59 Seattle creates standby list for extra COVID-19 vaccines. Who qualifies?
60 Brianna Thomas enters Seattle City Council race, hoping to fill the shoes of her boss
61 King County standoff ends with person in custody
62 'Vaccine appointment roulette': King County residents frustrated over COVID vaccine scheduling
63 Former King County Sheriff: Amid calls for reform, ‘this is the best time to come into policing’
64 New King County recycling and transfer station not being welcomed by locals
65 Current COVID-19 Guidance and Restrictions
66 King County to immediately allow limited openings of businesses, maintain public health vigilance
67 King County applies for Phase 2 of Safe Start recovery plan
68 Increasing cases of COVID-19 in King County highlight the need to limit close contact
69 King County submits plan to re-open limited business activity in COVID-19 recovery
70 Health officials stress continued vigilance as limited reopening begins
71 COVID-19 cases at 'dangerous and unacceptably' high level in King County, officials say
72 Executive Constantine announces plan to re-open limited business activity in COVID-19 recovery
73 Latest report shows COVID-19 transmission rate could be rising in King County; social distancing remains key
74 Standing for justice as we keep our community safe from spread of COVID-19
75 Dunn applauds approval of $900B federal COVID-19 relief package
76 Executive Constantine statement on updated COVID-19 restrictions
77 King County awards COVID-19 relief grants to regional science organizations, arts and culture, and independent live music venues
78 King County funds community COVID-19 vaccination programs to speed health and economic recovery
79 King County enters Phase 2 of Safe Start recovery plan
80 King County Board of Health meeting on November 19, 2020
81 2021 news releases
82 Get out there and show the love
83 Dunn issues statement on 'draconian cuts' to Sheriff's Office in King County budget
84 Zahilay Issues Statement Concerning Stimulus Checks and Unemployment Benefits for Millions Across King County
85 McDermott secures critical investments in approved County budget
86 King County to provide interim financing to Convention Center to help save construction jobs and promote regional economic development
87 New King County data highlights where COVID-19 exposure is occurring
88 King County passes two-year budget, about 7% lower than 2020; adds Juneteenth and Indigenous Peoples’ Day as paid county holidays
89 New case of measles in King County
90 Local health officials announce new recommendations to reduce risk of spread of COVID-19
91 Positive-test rates in King County soared in early December; hospitalizations, deaths were up
92 Power outage causes overflow into Lake Washington from East Pine pump station
93 King County reducing density in shelters by moving nearly 400 people to hotels; and Public Health—Seattle & King County announces 175 new cases for April 2, 2020
94 Frequently asked questions about COVID-19
95 New Climate Action Toolkit will help King County cities develop customized climate strategies, mobilizing the region's efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions
96 With food insecurity on the rise, Public Health highlights critical new and existing resources
97 King County Flood Warning Center closes as rain eases and flows stabilize on Snoqualmie River
98 Executive Constantine appoints Terry White Metro General Manager
99 Council Approves $60M for Continued COVID-19 Response
100 Broken pipe causes surface overflow from King County's York Pump Station