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Bad cops shouldn’t get golden parachutes.
While I am not defined by DACA, much of what defines me is thanks to the Obama-era program.
Authorities continue to evict homeless campers, but permanent housing eludes most.
A once-isolated enclave inside Seattle’s industrial corridor, the neighborhood will soon change. What will be lost, and what gained?
With legislation, lawsuits, and advocacy, Washington leaders vow to have the last word.
The largest of a dozen fires in the state has burned more than 95,000 acres.
The former SPD officer who was fired for racial bias received more than $100,000 from the city.
The dominant legal opinion has long been on the side of opponents, but a state Supreme Court decision indicates that such conventional thinking is vulnerable.
The company says the city’s proposed background check requirement is similar to a rule in Seattle.
Requested to edit his argument against a sales tax increase, the conservative activist refuses.
With Arpaio talking about running again, Ron Dotzauer just has to laugh.
Richard Rowe, 53, is a county Detective assigned to the Woodinville Police Department.
A medical examiner’s diagram and a toxicology report reveal more context for the fatal shooting.
In a bit of irony, efforts to block a union vote among Uber and Lyft drivers may ultimately help the Teamsters.
The Navy ship was attacked by Israeli forces in 1967. Those who served on it have been unsatisfied with the explanation why.
A band of public healers is battling against hepatitis C, and bureaucracy, to help the county’s poorest.
Be they natural or political.
A county detective is on leave after sticking a gun in a driver’s face without identifying himself.
The Seattle nonprofit is a plaintiff in one of two new lawsuits against the ban.
Funding will come from somewhere in Seattle’s existing budget, Durkan says.