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The mayor can’t just transfer his $200,000 in campaign contributions to another candidate.
Council is prepping for an expected influx of privately-owned rent-a-bikes you can park anywhere.
The bigots called them names, drove away, drove back, threw a bottle, waived a gun, and drove away again.
Some constituents suspect House Republicans allowed him to vote “no” as a political ploy.
The mayor’s response to allegations that he raped minors has drawn more criticism than the allegations themselves.
A woman was surrounded and shouted down by Trump supporters, challenging the narrative that all was peaceful at the event.
The regularly scheduled anti-capitalist march was replaced by a rally for Trump.
SPD Chief O’Toole says it’s “entirely coincidental” the arrest occured three days before May Day 2017.
Seattle leaders do not want to buy the world a Coke.
Typically, diet sodas are marketed to upper-class consumers, while the poor drink sugar.
The Microsoft co-founder and Vulcan chair is partnering with Seattle and Mercy Housing Northwest.
“When cities stand with their immigrant and refugee communities, they win.”
The state ACLU report also finds that in Seattle, cops tend to work at majority non-white schools.
The legislation also requires a court order before county jailers can hand youth over to police.
The other three serious candidates were largely reacting to Oliver’s activist agenda.
The tax will likely trigger a precedent-setting state Supreme Court case.
Moon supports safe drug sites, city taxes on the wealthy, and greater density in single-family zones.
At a Town Hall this morning, multiple commenters lamented Seattle’s tolerance of the homeless.
McGinn is the first major candidate to enter the race since abuse allegations surfaced against Murray.
An emotional moment as city leaders try to restore normalcy in the wake of sex abuse allegations.