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The City Council president has five days to decide whether he will continue in the interim position.
The authorized tent city has been happily settled in Interbay for almost two years.
A fifth abuse accusation left the mayor with no option but to step down—some say months too late.
County Councilmember Joe McDermott says better training is a first step toward fixing the police.
The leftists who got Seattle to pass an income tax have turned to affordable housing and homelessness.
Durkan embraces electric cars, while Moon is more skeptical.
A lawsuit filed against the city says people have lost medicine, birth certificates, and other goods.
Losing their incumbent could cost Republicans a seat held by the GOP since the 1980s.
Authorities continue to evict homeless campers, but permanent housing eludes most.
The former SPD officer who was fired for racial bias received more than $100,000 from the city.
Richard Rowe, 53, is a county Detective assigned to the Woodinville Police Department.
A medical examiner’s diagram and a toxicology report reveal more context for the fatal shooting.
A band of public healers is battling against hepatitis C, and bureaucracy, to help the county’s poorest.
A county detective is on leave after sticking a gun in a driver’s face without identifying himself.
The Seattle nonprofit is a plaintiff in one of two new lawsuits against the ban.
Funding will come from somewhere in Seattle’s existing budget, Durkan says.
The Seattle councilmember wants the Amazon boss to help his contract-workers unionize.
To meet Jenny Durkan’s institutional support, Moon must woo the young leftists she just beat.
Officers Scott Miller and Michael Spaulding say the fiery socialist defamed their reputations.
The suit argues that this public health decision lies outside the authority of a public referendum.