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$100,000 raised in a single week and other fun facts about Seattle’s mayoral candidates.
The conservative political activist says Bob Ferguson “consistently opposed” his ballot measures.
And then there are some that say it goes too far.
Well, this is weird.
With ally Ed Murray on his way out, local labor is losing its patience for leftist upstarts.
“Anytime there’s a use of force, such as a Taser, there is an automatic review.”
And, no, they legally cannot refuse the bump.
Happy Bike Everywhere Day!
The county prosecutor joined 30 of his peers in signing a letter opposing the Attorney General’s recent order.
Some developers are making a point of participating in the new affordable housing program. But critics still see little to get excited about.
A proposed two-gate passenger terminal would allow up to a couple dozen flights a day, but it’s not yet a done deal.
As a legislative inquisition into the taxing scheme for Sound Transit 3 gets under way, a question arises: Did Olympia lawmakers read the fine print?
Pramila Jayapal and Adam Smith are taking a wait-and-investigate-and-see approach toward the President.
Dan Satterberg says his goal is to “get out of the way” of public health professionals.
Efforts to paint a proposed soda tax as an attack on low-income Seattleites ignores food history.
A two-year-old fight continues to cast a shadow over the two men involved.
Ferguson and other Democratic attorneys general continue to fight a Trump agenda.
The first-term councilmember considered throwing her hat into the wide-open mayor’s race, but won’t.
The program, launched by ReachNow, is designed to make car-sharing greener and electric cars more accessible.
And why didn’t the PDC investigate what the financial information said?