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Many say that the process has been too hasty and lacked enough input.
The NAACP Youth Coalition want the district to officially acknowledge “that black lives matter.”
For the second time this school year, bus lots host picket lines. This time, there’s no end in sight.
The Council unanimously voted to provide publicly-funded legal counsel during fact-finding hearings.
A county ordinance would impose greater oversight on cultural funding agency. But is that necessary?
The tax on sugary drinks rolled out on Jan. 1, but not everyone is happy.
If King County loses its Supreme Court appeal, where will money to complete construction come from?
Initiative 940 received enough signatures to head to the state Legislature or the ballot.
Immigrant. Mother. Detainee. Activist. Asha Mohamed has found resolve since the first Women’s March.
From Cal Anderson Park to Seattle Center, Seattle Weekly captures the demonstration’s atmosphere.
Tens of thousands take to Seattle’s streets to support the #MeToo movement and marginalized communities.
Advocates hope to revamp the current system to ease the toll on kids and their foster families.
Democratic legislators are pushing a number of bills to make voting easier.
New legislation could make it harder for tenants to be evicted.
The former Army base could ease the city’s low-income housing shortage or school overcrowding. It just probably can’t do both.
The news ushers in a two-year monitoring period in which the city can’t slip up.
People lacking a permanent addresses often don’t know when they are supposed to appear in court. And they don’t have the money to pay the fines that follow.
The order buys the about 200 residents more time, for now.
It has been more than a year since the law was approved by voters.
Amid national immigration talks Wednesday, Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed a lawsuit against Motel 6 for discriminatory policies while advocates asked that Congress act on DACA.