Pet of the Week: Mark

Crossposted from Tails from RASKC Gentle giant Mark is our Pet of the Week! This five-year-old Siberian Husky loves to be around people. His personality color is “Bashful Blue,” meaning he can be a little shy at first. But, once he gets comfortable, Mark is a very happy and easy-going boy. Mark has been in…

Teams trying to save ailing orca practice feeding live fish off Lummi Nation boat and SoundGuardian

The Associated Press By Phuong Le FALSE BAY, Wash. (AP) — Teams taking drastic measures to save a young, ailing killer whale loaded up two boats with fat live salmon as the sun rose Friday and rushed to waters off Washington state’s San Juan Island, preparing if needed to test-feed the critically endangered orca a…

CHOMP! in Your Big Backyard Saturday

Enjoy a full day of activities at CHOMP!, King County’s celebration of local farming, food, and sustainability, Saturday at King County’s Marymoor Park! King County Parks is has another great music line-up this year! Enjoy free performances by Matisyahu, Caspar Babypants, The True Loves, and more. For more details about CHOMP!, visit chomplocal.org and follow…

Internship program breaks barriers for young people most affected by inequities

King County is helping to break down barriers to well-paid jobs and career success for young people through an innovative internship and mentorship program that intentionally prioritizes young people with the greatest needs. The Lift Every Youth Employment & Mentorship Program aims to help youth and young adults who are disproportionately affected by discrimination, bias…

Beware of Caller ID spoofing

Caller ID spoofing – the practice where a caller masquerades as someone else by falsifying the number that appears on the recipient’s caller ID display – is on the rise. King County phone numbers are randomly being impacted by the robocallers using these spoofed numbers. KCIT is aware of the issue – so there is no need to…