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Some educators say they’re ready to stall negotiations to demand competitive wages.
Former public defender Daron Morris slams incumbent Dan Satterberg for the use of bail in the county justice system
The Home Shows at Safeco Field weren’t about the band’s legacy, but that of the genre as a whole.
After coming up short in early results for Aug. 7 primary, Sarah Smith moves into second place
PFD board member argues that $180 million in public money for stadium upkeep lets Mariners off the hook.
Grieving mother orca shines a spotlight on a serious ecological issue.
With a lively crowd on hand, the Council unanimously voted to delay any demolition of the venue by 10 months.
Seattle City Council Confirms Carmen Best as the Chief of the Seattle Police Department
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A look back at the high points of Sub Pop’s 30th anniversary blowout.
As the cost of living booms, case managers in contract negotiations cite low wages for high turnover rates.
The Sheriff’s discipline comes as the result of violent off-duty behavior.
To celebrate the record label’s 30th anniversary, we attempt to pick the best song from every year of its existance.
The incumbent easily outpaced his Republican and Democratic Socialist challengers.
Seattle and King County’s joint task force to address the crisis still only has vague strategies.
Freed from past mental weights, Breanna Stewart is setting the tone for the WNBA-leading Seattle Storm.
SPS says the McCleary Supreme Court ruling will cost them money, while teachers argue it should increase funding.
The Roundup: Bellevue Police Chief Placed on Leave, ShoWare Center Turns Profit, Department of Fish and Wildlife Faces Deficit
A recap of weekly news from around the region.
King County Prosecutor Candidate Daron Morris says no and thinks the Kent teen should not be tried as an adult.
Civil liberty advocates argue that the ballot measure’s language opens the door for inaccurate facial ID technology.