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The city’s plan is to keep evicting homeless campers until they agree to enter the shelter system.
The Seattle March Against Sharia is one of more than 20 planned across the nation.
Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor says threats came after she criticized Donald Trump during a recent commencement address.
Despite redoubled efforts, more than 11,000 people were experiencing homelessness in King County during this year’s count.
Change may be inevitable, but Belltown shows why it’s not always for the better.
The movement to end youth incarceration is gaining momentum as Seattle grapples with one of its most difficult questions.
Are the lawsuits against the sheriff red flags, or sour grapes?
The organizations are working under the radar to deliver affordable housing to working families.
The move will leave the House Democrats’ slim majority a bit slimmer.
The bill fixes a technical error that accidentally exempted the youth jail project from administrative challenge.
But Washington state labor leaders say the aerospace giant isn’t keeping up its end of the bargain.
Would-be graduates wait in limbo while Republicans and Democrats stand their ground.
A fair housing task force is figuring out how to implement one of HALA’s toughest recommendations.
The civil rights group says city policy leaves a lot of room for mischief with customer data.
The agency was counting on $5 billion in federal grants to complete the regional transit system approved by voters in the fall.
An opponent of Jon Grant is making hay of his house, but experts say there’s nothing amoral about buying from a bank.
Otherwise, threatens UW President Ana Mari Cauce, she’ll cut the school’s contract with Nike.
For the third straight budget year, things are coming down to the wire.
“They have a lot of work to do. They have a long way to go to reach consensus.”