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About 65 homeless people move to a new location in the neighborhood where they’re guaranteed electricity, heat, and a roof over their heads.
On Friday, the City’s attempt at a more progressive tax system begins a journey that is likely to end at the state Supreme Court. Here is a preview of the fight ahead.
Plus, the latest on Kent’s Robert E. Lee.
The tax would have raised $25 million annually to help address the homelessness crisis.
The City Council voted to tax operators, but regulation is still up in the air.
The well-known attorney got the boot after using privileged information about the artist.
The demonstration was one of many recent actions across the nation calling for swift congressional action.
Drawing on her lived experience, the newly elected councilmember says she aims to advocate for women and marginalized communities.
Seeking to clarify the building’s namesake, the city will add the word “chief.”
A sale to a private developer would have likely forced many residents out.
“The path out of poverty lies with owning real estate, not renting it.”
A second ballot drop widened her lead and pushed opponent Cary Moon to concede.
With a 25-24 advantage, what will Democrats do?
But the Cary Moon campaign refuses to quit in the fight to become mayor.
Plus an effort to expand health coverage in South King County.
As other cities in King County balk, Seattle’s City Council preps for a major public-health effort.
A tentative agreement creates an additional appeals process for disciplined police officers.
There were a couple hundred and not thousands this time. But attendees consider this the beginning.
Big news on the consent-decree front. But not everyone’s celebrating.
Last week, a lawsuit was filed over the practice; this week, King County scrambled to respond.