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The backers of Millennium Bulk Terminals, a proposed coal-export terminal in Longview, are scrambling to get on the last boat to Asia.
But some counter-protesters were also present.
And these won’t be the only ones.
A discrimination trial gets a hung jury the same day students rally.
Searching for traffic jams, and not finding them, in a world without SR-99.
It’s time for ShellNo 2.0: Bigger, better, and wetter.
Many Seattle parents, teachers, and students are joining forces to battle the assessment machine. But is this a fight they can win?
“It is utter insanity for anyone who claims to care about climate change … to not be full-throatedly supporting I-732.”
As anti-trans activists try to get a ballot measure passed, disputes are arising over how exactly it should be presented to voters.
April 1 marked the first anniversary of Seattle’s minimum-wage and wage-theft ordinances; both officially took effect on April 1, 2015, and as of January 1, the minimum wage jumped to $13 an hour for employees of large companies. In December, the City Council passed a suite of extra worker protections and employer penalties, including making wage-theft victims eligible for receiving three times what is owed them.
Peter Donahue has cultivated a slice of wilderness in the city for the past three years. Now his work—and the benefits it provides—could be undone by a homeowners association.
From dirty diapers to Girl Scout cookies to quality journalism, you never know what you’ll find.
The charter school bill is in the hands of the Governor. Some fear the bill will put us right back where we started.
Michael Hendersen has given his community a half-built kingdom known as the Undersea Aviary. Some of his neighbors wish he would take it back.