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In December, three hotel associations sued over I-124. A ruling released Friday keeps it intact.
Ward faces prison time for shutting down a pipeline. He says it’s time to end “incremental thinking.”
Seattle will see a 92 percent eclipse of the sun in August. That’s not enough, totality buffs say.
One thing’s for sure: Seattle has a lot of pro-labor candidates. But some slight differences emerged.
350 Seattle immediately urges Governor Inslee to lead a “Power Past Paris” bloc of climate-friendly states.
Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor says threats came after she criticized Donald Trump during a recent commencement address.
The move will leave the House Democrats’ slim majority a bit slimmer.
The County reaffirms its commitment to immigrants and refugees and is unlikely to lose funding.
$100,000 raised in a single week and other fun facts about Seattle’s mayoral candidates.
Ferguson and other Democratic attorneys general continue to fight a Trump agenda.
The program, launched by ReachNow, is designed to make car-sharing greener and electric cars more accessible.
‘Today is a Milestone Day’: Groups Deliver One Million Petitions Against Coal and Oil Terminals to Gov. Inslee
“We will fight this to the end.”
The Tacoma City Council makes moves post-Trump.
The move comes more than a month after sex abuse allegations against the mayor emerged.
And more than two dozen were arrested during an anti-pipeline action Monday.
It’s the only way to escape gridlock. But is it worth it?
“An Injury to Juan Is an Injury to Al.”
“I know it makes people uncomfortable. But that’s the only way they’re listening.”
A new carbon tax bill just landed in the state legislature – the fourth one this session.
So far, all the criminal-trespass trials have resulted in convictions. On Friday, the jury hung.