Since that first alarm went off at 2 a.m. Monday morning, Daily Weekly has been a multimedia, 24-hours, NIckelsville coverage machine. So in case you missed it--eyes glued to David Blaine's hanging body, or deciding what job you'll have at 80 now that your 401K has hit $0--here it is, start to last.
Finally it's settled. The city can remove everyone on city property. Everyone who moved their pink pup tent to the WSDOT-owned parking lot gets to stay for another five days while the state, the city and organizers work it out.