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Current and former staffers say morale is low at the watchdog agency. But that doesn’t mean they’re giving up.
The Hirst decision was embraced by environmentalists and tribal leaders. Now lawmakers must figure out how to adhere to it.
The Garfield teacher used a $100,000 settlement over police use of force to establish a scholarship fund.
The legislature established the program in 2017, but is only now in agreement on how to fund it.
They’re not even built yet, and our pilot safe drug sites are already having national repercussions.
A very strong field of candidates somehow got stronger.
A few quick takes on Wednesday night’s mayoral forum.
Of 65 public comments over more than two hours, only a handful were against the income tax.
The lawsuit against him was dropped Tuesday, but lawyers for his accuser say Murray’s overplaying his hand.
Legislation passed Tuesday lowers the tax rate from 1.1 percent to 0.5 percent and requires Sound Transit to calculate fees using the Kelley Blue Book.
The pressure is on for the city to ink a KeyArena deal that’s good for taxpayers. That’s usually not the case with sports arenas.
For years science has been attacked from the right. Now it’s getting hit from the left.
The income tax would apply on earnings over a quarter million dollars at a rate of 2 percent.
A City Council resolution calls for Puget Sound Energy to stop using coal by 2025.
Seattle wasn’t the only city to stand behind Muslims.
More than 60,000 public employees have been notified of a potential layoff.
“It is really just a math problem.”
The latest battle in America’s culture war ended in a street brawl, with no apparent serious injuries.
In December, three hotel associations sued over I-124. A ruling released Friday keeps it intact.
In Grays Harbor County, a Rorschach Test for how people feel about the Affordable Care Act.