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Protesters vow a Black Lives Matter march in the Central District on Saturday.
The center is just one of many iconic black Central District locations facing displacement.
Once teetering on the edge of oblivion, the political club is now bigger than ever and in the spotlight. But who are they?
But will local leaders take their chance to pass one? Hold your breath.
Last year, campers fled from the Jungle to the Field. Now they’re fleeing the Field.
Several city councilmembers are asking the mayor to give homeless campers a week to clean things up.
Anti-racist organizers were told they could appeal, but that isn’t what happened.
Seattle median rent rose 3.4 percent during February.
A safe bike lane on a deadly stretch of road comes after more than a decade of obstruction.
Who watches the watchmen? Not body cams, warns ACLU-WA, unless they come with tougher policies.
Following an anti-Obama playbook to fight Trump.
A bill that would have made it possible to convict cops who make bad kills died in committee.
A citizen’s initiative and a pending Supreme Court case threaten to gut discrimination protections for trans people.
And local politicians are divided on what a “sanctuary city” really is.
Sen. Mark Miloscia sent a letter asking Attorney General Jeff Sessions to intervene in local drug policy.
A federal magistrate judge today declined to release Danield Ramirez from ICE custody.
Daniel Ramirez’s petition for habeas corpus may set a precedent for Trump’s deportations.
Baumgartner wants to dilute labor protections for minors, nonprofit workers and everyone outside King County.
The wheels, and riders’ perception of gravity, will go ‘round and ‘round.