Artist Riley Stolte, a former meth user, poses with some of her paintings on Capitol Hill. She’s been sober for more than a year for the first time since age 14.  (Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times)
Artist Riley Stolte, a former meth user, poses with some of her paintings on Capitol Hill. She's been sober for more than a year for the first time since age 14. (Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times)
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Meth is back in King County, bigger than it's been for decades. Is it time to look into drug-based treatment?

Coronavirus has made the search for a treatment for methamphetamine use disorder even more urgent.

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Live Coronavirus daily news updates, July 13: What to know today about COVID-19

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Police searching for suspect in Renton shooting that injured 15-year-old boy Updated

In this screenshot taken from video, Seattle Fire chief Harold Scoggins, Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan and Seattle Police chief Carmen Best speak at a press conference Monday, July 13, 2020.

Mayor Durkan announces plans to move 911 dispatchers, other functions outside SPD, criticizes City Council support for deeper defunding

Off-duty officer who drove car through protest crowd ‘no longer employed’ by Seattle police

Inslee requests federal funding for National Guard through end of year to help with COVID response

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