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T. Ryan Durkan has worked on projects ranging from the Convention Center to Sound Transit.
The mayoral candidate’s husband is the lead architect, meaning she’d have to recuse herself from oversight on the two-million-square-foot project.
MOTHER'S DAY sentiment didn't help Margaret Pageler. Instead of mobilizing the Teen Dance Ordinance's fans Monday, the Seattle City Council member found herself presiding over… Continue reading
Democrats have a lot to show for their one-party rule in Olympia, but they've failed to explain to voters why new tax dollars are needed.
Voters were clear on Nov. 8. Now a map needs to be drawn by state transportation planners and politicians. It's a complicated route.
Gov. Christine Gregoire wants to spend $350 million on life-sciences research grants. Few are asking what the public gets in return.
Hey rookie! You are the new mayor. We don't know your name yet, but we have a message for you: Seattle's transit stinks! If you… Continue reading
Maria Cantwell paid heavily to support campaign finance reform.
Do well Cantwell
A stiff shot for the voting public.
Area Catholics reflect on faith, God, and the institutional church.
Whose heads will roll as City Hall faces a deficit of up to $50 million?
The resignation of second-term member Jim Compton sets off a scramble for his seat and reopens the presidency.
Seattle City Light Superintendent Gary Zarker must explain soaring rates and massive debt to a cranky Seattle City Council. It's not his fault, he says. And he might be right.
KIRO-AM talk-radio host Dave Ross says he'll campaign on his own terms in the 8th Congressional District. That's easier said than done.
He might not always have solid proof, but in sizing up America, David Brooks is onto something.
Democrats are deeply divided over City Council candidate and former party chair Daniel Norton.
Paid signature gatherers are a symptom of government failure and citizen ignorance.
State elections officials say touch-screen voting is progress. Computer scientists warn it's vulnerable to manipulation.