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The stats don’t lie—the system isn’t working.
The case will determine if an initiative banning the project in King County can go to the ballot.
The move comes after calls for change from advocates within the system.
The agency sets aside land in hopes of making transit more equitable.
Faster bus lines along I-405 and SR-522 are in the works.
New statistics show a decrease in unemployment and higher average pay, but the growth may start to slow.
While All Home attempts to address the issue, the group’s lack of actual power results in little change.
Following intense resistance to the proposal from the suburbs, county officials are taking a wait-and-see approach.
Advocates say the ban will keep youth athletes from using dip.
The legislation is intended to prevent landlords from discriminating based on the source of a prospective tenant’s income.
Bellevue’s long-planned Tateuchi Center could lose $1.2 million.
All 450 deputies are slated carry the heroin overdose antidote by mid-summer.
The case, which hinges on a 2006 quadruple murder, is likely to be appealed to the United States Supreme Court.
One Table’s first stab at recommendations leaves some members calling for a bolder, clearly financed plan.
King County Metro says that it will review its system to account for RapidShare users who can’t pay.
An agreement between lawmakers, activists, and police alters and passes the I-940 ballot initiative.
In protest, House Republicans refused to vote on the controversial bill.
How negotiations between Jay Inslee’s office, lawmakers, and media organizations led to the end of the controversial legislation.
Legislators frame the bill as a win for open government, while opponents hope for an Inslee veto.
Critics slam the move as a blow to government transparency.