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We’re investing big bucks to make it easier for people to drive to trailheads. But good luck finding parking when you arrive.
Environmentalists are lukewarm on Jay Inslee’s policies regarding both oil trains and carbon caps.
“No Seattle City official will ever ask you what your immigration status is,” said Murray.
Greens to protest oil trains and our “greenest governor” at Friday’s Obama/Inslee fundraiser.
If you try, chances are high. But they still vary.
Not too many coal supporters at this public hearing.
“We’re not a Chicago, we’re not a Baltimore…. We don’t want to get there, either.”
They have some of the highest rates of sexual harassment and injury of any group of workers. A Seattle union is working to change that.
Experts say this disaster will happen again — and no railroad company has the kind of insurance that could foot the bill.
“We are extremely disappointed,” said attorney Andrea Rodgers.
The cluster of craggy peaks near Leavenworth is indisputably enchanting. But so are these other places.
Blue shirts versus red shirts in the final battle.
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?