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King County Councilmember Rod Dembowski wants the public to weigh in with an advisory vote
A group of eight recently homeless and heterosexual injection drug users in North King County were diagnosed with HIV by county health officials over the… Continue reading
The justices denied police reform advocates’ request that the high court reconsider its order to put the police reform measure alone on the ballot.
After questioning representatives of the stadium’s management and hearing testimony, a council committee punted a vote on the plan to spend roughly $180 million on stadium upkeep
Teachers will picket for the second time in three years if an agreement isn’t made with the district by Sep. 5.
Analysis is the second of two reports documenting frequent missteps in how the department handles citizen complaints
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Community leaders say that historical trauma has led to a culture of silencing and not holding perpetrators accountable.
Coalition calls on King County Council to divert public money away from stadium maintenance and put it toward affordable housing
An Iranian American advocacy group voices concern over proposed changes to the immigration system.
Lawyers representing the Le family slammed the assessment as biased and subjective.
John Wilson argues that a slew of underutilized properties owned by local governments can be used for affordable housing
Seattle will ride a hot streak into a huge match with Portland.
Policy shift comes as part of a settlement in response to a 2017 lawsuit
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The Seattle City Council and Mayor Jenny Durkan have called for a reduction in citizenship application delays.
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
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.