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Not all sex-abuse accusations lead to criminal charges. That doesn’t mean they didn’t happen.
In 2014, Leah Griffin was raped. Now she’s helping survivors in Washington and beyond.
Privacy advocates say stricter rules are needed around when police can turn their camers off.
Murray says: “I am not going to resign.”
A Seattle bill would prohibit blanket-exclusions of former prisoners, and may prohibit criminal background checks by landlords on prospective tenants.
The new documents risk plunging the Murray administration back into crisis mode.
“It has been weeks after police fatally shot Giovonn and they are still not providing answers.”
Farrell is using Eyman’s new ballot measure to trumpet her mass transit bona fides; Eyman’s using Eyman for Eyman.
The SCERS Board did not vote either way Thursday. But financial advisers say: Don’t do it.
Le was holding a pen when he was shot and killed by a deputy last month. The sheriff’s office says the pen was mistaken for a knife.
The candidates are subject to fundraising caps under the Democracy Voucher program. But the cap goes away when opponents raise big bucks.
The Seattle Process is alive and well when it comes to putting a toilet in the historic neighborhood.
The conservative activist is collecting signatures in an attempt to overturn what Puget Sound voters approved last November.
A complete guide to all the 2017 races.
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Constantine hasn’t ducked the hard fights as County Executive. Plus, his opponents are anti-light-rail, anti-vax, and Goodspaceguy.
Ubiquitous and consistent, he has the bold agenda Seattle needs right now.
She has been an important voice on police reform and immigration on the council. Let’s give her another term.
These candidates have the outlook and experience that will make Seattle schools better.
In these trying times, the candidate from the Peoples Party of Seattle is the leader we all need.