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The suit against GEO Group alleges violations of Washington state minimum wage law.
An activist City Council makes for boatloads of legal work.
Though they won’t please everyone.
Homeless advocates decry the process and call for deeply affordable housing.
The suit is against the two SPD officers who shot her. The City of Seattle will be added later.
And next summer, Seattle will begin enforcing a law banning all single-use plastics—including straws.
On Tuesday, Ferguson said he’d be filing a lawsuit “very, very soon.” On Wednesday, he filed it.
Authorities continue to evict homeless campers, but permanent housing eludes most.
A once-isolated enclave inside Seattle’s industrial corridor, the neighborhood will soon change. What will be lost, and what gained?
With legislation, lawsuits, and advocacy, Washington leaders vow to have the last word.
In a bit of irony, efforts to block a union vote among Uber and Lyft drivers may ultimately help the Teamsters.
That means the city can move forward with implementing the law. For now.
Despite objections from 53 Democratic members of Congress.
Scenes from a solar eclipse.
Adding thousands of bikes to the road may do more than helmets to save rider lives.
It will be Cary Moon vs. Jenny Durkan in November, but the Peoples Party and its candidate will continue to move forward.
The same oil train was blocked in Vancouver and Tenino.
The Issaquah Alps program could lead to transit service to farther-out areas like Mailbox Peak.
Conventional wisdom says the late voters are the far-left voters. Will that sway the election?
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