King County Local Dive: Unauthorized ballot box signs, fentanyl crisis, deputy-involved shooting, puppy sales

This episode takes a closer look at the removal of unauthorized ballot drop box signs that warn King County voters the drop box is “under surveillance;” new information released in a shooting involving two King County Sheriff’s Office deputies; new legislation that declares fentanyl a public health crisis in King County; and the Renton City Council unanimously passing an ordinance that prohibits dogs sourced from puppy mills from being sold within the city.


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Source: Bellevue Reporter