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A woman was surrounded and shouted down by Trump supporters, challenging the narrative that all was peaceful at the event.
The regularly scheduled anti-capitalist march was replaced by a rally for Trump.
Federal funding for the Lynnwood Link Extension will extend through September, at least.
“An Injury to Juan Is an Injury to Al.”
Details are still light, but the resolution sets up a July 10 vote on a tax targeting the city’s top earners.
Pointing to the federal government’s stance on undocumented immigrants, the board has halted all cross-border travel.
The City Council will vote on a resolution endorsing a local income tax on Monday.
SPD Chief O’Toole says it’s “entirely coincidental” the arrest occured three days before May Day 2017.
An independent commission is considering increases of 2 to 8 percent.
Seattle leaders do not want to buy the world a Coke.
“I know it makes people uncomfortable. But that’s the only way they’re listening.”
There is an effort to get Bill Bryant to run.
Typically, diet sodas are marketed to upper-class consumers, while the poor drink sugar.
Lincoln Beauregard’s style isn’t orthodox, but it works.
It’s about democracy, not Democrats.
Through a community land trust, residents of the development are purchasing homes for 30 percent of the area’s median home price.
The incident resulted in the death of a 19-year-old suspect and injuries to three SPD officers.
The Microsoft co-founder and Vulcan chair is partnering with Seattle and Mercy Housing Northwest.
Can the new guy bring stability to a department that has had four leaders in the last two years?
After getting pounded by the Tigers, the Mariners are without their best hitter and King Felix is in limbo.