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Jay Inslee: This Winter Was a Goddamn Disaster

He’s asking, um, Trump for a little help.

Murray Vows to Fight On, Says He’ll Pursue Re-election

Today, Seattle’s mayor insisted he’s innocent and said he won’t step down.

Accusations Against Murray, Gay Rights Champion, Leave LGBT Community Reeling

“There are a lot of potential landmines here.”

Murray’s Accuser Says He’s Ready to Tell His Story Under Oath

But first, his lawyers want to know about ‘the noted mole.’

Answers to the Big Questions Surrounding the Allegations Against the Mayor

Is this political? What does this mean for the mayor’s race? Did the ‘Times’ tell the whole story?

Federal Monitor Finds Seattle Police in Compliance With Court-Ordered Reforms

But racially disproportionate use of force—and a small cadre of violent cops—endures.

Ferguson Releases Guidance on How Washington Cities Can Resist Immigration Agents

At first glance, the report looks like a resistor’s guide to municipal government.

Your Best Chance to See Bald Eagles Near Seattle? Try the Landfill

Little did I know that a dump tour would start to feel like a wildlife safari.

Seattle Is Showing a Double Standard On Anti-Semitism

Hate is hate, no matter the context.

Seattle’s Reddit Community Is Big, Active, and At War With Itself

Two pages are fighting for the right to be called Seattle’s subreddit.

The Passionate Fight Over Trash in King County

What will we do with our garbage when our landfill fills? Kathy Lambert says, “Burn it!”

Newly-Authorized Homeless Camp Faces Fundraising Hurdle

Camp Second Chance is trying to raise $6,000 by April 15.