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In light of China’s recent recycling regulations, JDog Junk Removal could help reduce the burden on landfills.
Over a year after voter approval, the law’s framework remains unset and open for public suggestion.
Police reform advocates pivot their focus to officer’s interactions with people in mental health crises.
The city digs into the transit issue, Uber rolls out a new insurance plan for its drivers.
Tenants’ rights advocates say landlords are using the contracts to exploit and expel vulnerable residents.
The former president has co-authored a novel, and tickets for his visit go on sale this Friday.
Sunday marks the first car-free bike ride on the viaduct before it’s demolished.
The candidates discussed their thoughts on topics ranging from opportunity gaps to charter schools.
Over 100 employees would lose their jobs if the Rainier Valley facility shuts down.
While candidates have been chosen, many parents still have issues with the search process.
Thousands of demonstrators gathered together in Seattle on Saturday to demand safer schools.
Grassroots environmental organizations plan to hold the coffee giant to its latest pledge.
WeWork and Bunker Labs’ partnership offers ten veterans specialized education and a workspace.
Voting just got easier.
High schoolers draw parallels between modern and historic struggles after watching the Broadway hit.
Hundreds gathered in support of Maru Mora-Villalpando outside of Seattle Immigration Court.
Garfield High School students pay tribute to the Parkland victims by rallying for gun control.
The newly passed state legislation will cover abortion services for private insurance holders.
Namasgay hosts local events for queer people seeking greater self-actualization.
The AmeriCorps NCCC offers free tax preparations at 30 locations throughout King County until April.