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Two new videos aim to counter low turnout for municipal elections.
‘Standard of perfection’ not warranted, director says.
And because of a new settlement, the city is unlikely to go after wages the workers say they are entitled to.
Oliver announced plans to hold a debate during her concession speech in August.
It’s as much about power as it is about housing.
The state was prepared for Trump pulling the rug out from under Obamacare. But it’s not pretty.
The investor is now pitching his project as a fall-back to the KeyArena renovation.
Compare and Contrast the Las Vegas Statements Issued By Democrats and Republicans On the King County Council
See if you can spot the big difference.
A motion filed Friday lays out how the city plans to defend its controversial tax plan.
ICE Gets Arrest Figures Wrong For Operation Targeting Sanctuary Cities. Then It Gets Them Wrong Again.
Over two days, the immigration agency sent out a series of erroneous press releases trying to talk tough against cities like Seattle.
Human rights groups are decrying the action.
Born after the election, the group hosts dinners for non-Muslims to come, eat, and ask questions.
Backers say it would give non-establishment candidates more of a shot at power.
The sheriff says it’s bogus. His accuser says it’s been buried.
Harrell announces executive orders clamping down on trash, cozying up with Amazon, and envisioning a future without a youth jail.
Appearing beside opponents is a requirement of Democracy Vouchers. The city has ruled Gonzalez didn’t meet it.
In declaring vindication in June, Murray laid the groundwork for his demise.
The candidates largely avoided discussing Murray in the 90 minute forum.
The mayor’s cousin has come forward saying Murray abused him in the 1970s.
Seattle’s law could help other towns access IRS data on residents.