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City Councilmember Kshama Sawant says the decision came due to dissatisfaction with the team’s methodology.
The $43.7 billion budget didn’t become public until early Friday and received no public hearing before lawmakers voted.
Murray didn’t name the candidate, but made the battle lines clear.
After the NAACP launched the idea in January, Seattle schools are poised to make it happen.
Our favorite posts, poems, and tweets from a day of extensive coverage.
Neighbors say they hope to see one encampment remain.
The increase will raise $7.3 billion.
The GOP has been none too please with Inslee’s negotiations.
A lawsuit against the program calls out the vouchers’ success with tenants’-rights advocate Jon Grant.
Amid a larger shift toward performance metrics, the city will engage in a competitive bidding process for the first time in a decade.
The strategy relies on vouchers for market-rate housing. Critics say that’s not a long-term solution to homelessness in Seattle.
First, it won’t happen. Second, it would be just fine if it did.
The southwesterly suburb’s big day has finally come.
Tuesday night, Seattle City Council held an intense public meeting on the killing of Charleena Lyles.
In the last two months, the area has seen the number of shooting incidents drop from 65 per month to 36.
National online activist group Sleeping Giants takes to the streets for the first time in hopes of getting Amazon’s attention.
Police report that Giovonn Joseph-McDade tried to hit an officer with his car. Two other shooting deaths involving the department are currently under investigation.
One senator called the process “very disheartening.”
Seattle is getting an object lesson in weaponized data.
Legislators approved a bill that would improve sexual assault investigations. Without a budget, it likely won’t become law.