Bellevue City Council Approves First Men’s Homeless Shelter
BELLEVUE, Wash. (AP) — The Bellevue City Council has narrowly approved the area's first permanent homeless shelter for men, but it's taking 45 days to continue to research other possible locations due to concerns from upset neighbors. KING-TV reports that homeless advocates and nearby residents turned out it force for the 4-3 vote Monday...
Help is waiting
The American Red Cross has opened an emergency shelter for West Valley residents affected by the flooding at 72nd Avenue between Mead Avenue and Nob Hill Boulevard in Yakima. The shelter opened Tuesday afternoon at the Church of Christ, 100 N. 72nd Ave.
County Sheriffs Recovers Donated Items Taken From Taylor Bridge Fire
The Kittitas County Sheriff's Office said Thursday they recovered more than 200 items that were fraudulently taken from a Taylor Bridge Fire donation center. Our news partner KIMA Action News reports the county's Pro-Act Unit recovered the items following a report they received from the Community Closet's volunteer manager, officials said...