Open Modal

Podcasts

The Ari Hoffman Show

The Ari Hoffman Show

The Ari Hoffman Show is a current of common sense in a sea of insanity, every Monday through Friday.
The Commute with Carlson

The Commute with Carlson

John Carlson is synonymous with Washington State Politics. Simply put, he is THE conservative voice in Seattle. John gives his unique perspective on local and   […]
Center-Square-Logo

Vandalism of Pride mural prompts Spokane officials to condemn hate at press conference

(The Center Square) – Spokane Police are investigating an incident in which video surveillance shows suspects dumping flammable liquid on an LGBTQ+ mural painted on the road before setting it aflame. The Spokane Fire Department responded to a call around 1:15 a.m. on Thursday at the intersection of Howard Street and Spokane Falls Boulevard. Once on the scene, the department notified the police, and the agencies recovered two buckets of “flammable material,” according to a

Read More »

Options narrowed for safeguarding Lower Green River Valley from flooding

(The Center Square) – A recent meeting of the King County Flood Control District included an update on flood risk and mitigation planning regarding a 21-mile corridor along the Lower Green River at risk of severe flooding. For homeowners and business owners in the Lower Green River Valley, the biggest takeaway may have been that there are tens of thousands of homeowners and jobs that could be jeopardized in the event of a major flood.

Read More »

Premera Blue Cross members could lose access to MultiCare facilities in two weeks

(The Center Square) – Washington state’s Premera Blue Cross members have two weeks until a contract with MultiCare Health Systems expires, removing their access to around 1,000 health care providers statewide. While the two not-for-profit healthcare organizations have negotiated for months, Premera’s website says MultiCare entered the process with a termination notice. The Center Square reached out to MultiCare for an interview, but Kevin Maloney, media relations manager for MultiCare’s Inland Northwest region, responded with

Read More »

King County Recorder’s Office mishandled $7M over 6 years, audit finds

(The Center Square) – A recent audit from the King County Auditor has found that the King County Recorder’s Office mishandled around $7 million since 2018. The King County Recorder’s Office is responsible for tax collection of home sales, marriage licenses, and recording real estate sales and mortgages. The office handled over $1 billion in real estate excise taxes on behalf of districts across Washington and King County. The latest audit found that the office

Read More »
Loading...