King County Wastewater Treatment Division’s Medina Pump Station experienced an overflow as a result of heavy rains in the service area.
The 5th Avenue Theatre recently announced that Jay Woods will join its artistic leadership team as Associate Artistic Director - Artist Engagement.
As Washington state is experiencing a dramatic rise in COVID cases due to the Omicron variant, Gov. Jay Inslee announced steps today to contain the spread.
Seattle City Light says that the recently learned of a billing error that resulted in approximately 12,500 residential customers being double charged.
Earlier this week, the Seattle City Council announced its plan for standing committee assignments, departmental oversight, meeting schedules, adjusting the Full Council meeting day from Monday to Tuesday, and leadership positions.
New partnerships with Virginia Mason and Othello Pharmacy expand vaccination opportunities for Seattle communities.
On Tuesday, Bruce Harrell was sworn in as the new Mayor of Seattle during a ceremony held in the Norm B. Rice room of City Hall.
As health officials work to keep the public informed, many people are struggling with the decision on whether or not to get vaccinated, the differences in how the virus might affect them and making sense of the contradictory information that is being conveyed by many means from one person to another.
Dr. Yoshiko Harden, vice president for student services at Seattle Central College, has been selected as the interim president of Seattle Central College, effective Jan. 3, 2022.
The Tacoma City Council is looking to fill eight volunteer positions on the Tacoma Community Redevelopment Authority Board (TCRA).