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The first-term councilmember considered throwing her hat into the wide-open mayor’s race, but won’t.
The program, launched by ReachNow, is designed to make car-sharing greener and electric cars more accessible.
And why didn’t the PDC investigate what the financial information said?
A company exec says an international treaty is needed to prevent these attacks in the future.
A new, unauthorized homeless camp is trying to get organized.
Washington State Ferries must generate $8.4 million in new revenue, according to the transportation operating budget.
She’s the third this week. There’s just one more week to go to file.
In her campaign kickoff today, she framed herself as a mainstream progressive who could get things done. Sound familiar?
Advocates say the sites would provide a safe environment to use drugs, medical staff to respond to emergencies, and treatment options.
‘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.
Both may be long shots at this point.
Seattle Councilmember M. Lorena González is rumored to also be planning to run.
An unpopular argument about a popular show.
This year’s motto could be: Don’t sweat the big stuff.
Cop Pepper-Spraying Homeless Water Bottles ‘Probably Rose to a Criminal Level,’ Says Police Oversight Head
The county prosecutor hasn’t decided whether to press charges.
A study looks at 41 drug-related deaths in King, Snohomish, Pierce and Spokane counties last year.
Cary Moon and Mike McGinn say the sex abuse lawsuit compromises Murray’s ability to lead. Nonsense, says Murray camp.
Stately seafairing vessels paraded down Montlake Cut for the occassion.
A small, dedicated group of customers say yes. But the utility says there’s nothing but benefit to the new tech.