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Well, this is weird.
Happy Bike Everywhere Day!
Some developers are making a point of participating in the new affordable housing program. But critics still see little to get excited about.
A two-year-old fight continues to cast a shadow over the two men involved.
And why didn’t the PDC investigate what the financial information said?
A company exec says an international treaty is needed to prevent these attacks in the future.
Both may be long shots at this point.
An unpopular argument about a popular show.
A small, dedicated group of customers say yes. But the utility says there’s nothing but benefit to the new tech.
The labor activist will run on an anti-Wall Street platform.
A judge today ruled that Lincoln Beauregard is abusing the courts for publicity.
Reichert votes “no.”
There is an effort to get Bill Bryant to run.
Elizabeth Hokoana has been charged with first degree assault for shooting Joshua Dukes in the stomach during the protests spurred by the appearance of Milo Yiannopoulos at the University of Washington.
Seattle has long been known for never meeting a tax hike it didn’t like. Now some aren’t so sure.
A rally today will determine whether the strike should continue.
Recent accusations of sexual misconduct open the door for candidates with similar politics, but the mayor’s early fundraising might have drained the pool of potential donors.
The New York Times Published a Crossword Puzzle Constructed by a Washington State Inmate. People Weren’t Happy.
The case prompted input from the paper’s public editor.
The University District upzone is threatening the neighborhood’s much-loved commercial heart. But is it worth saving?