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That means the city can move forward with implementing the law. For now.
The home of the Kent Police Department isn’t named after the Confederate general, but the former police chief that the building is dedicated to was.
Despite objections from 53 Democratic members of Congress.
The same company that released thousands of non-native fish into Puget Sound wants to expand its operations.
Constantine Pitches Plan for Single, Countywide Metro Fare; Murray Wants ORCA Cards to Work on the Monorail
News from the transit desk!
Ticket sales for the fundraiser initially lagged due to displeasure from Clinton supporters.
Scenes from a solar eclipse.
The Seattle councilmember wants the Amazon boss to help his contract-workers unionize.
Adding thousands of bikes to the road may do more than helmets to save rider lives.
To meet Jenny Durkan’s institutional support, Moon must woo the young leftists she just beat.
People keep bringing cars to Seattle. But that doesn’t mean we should accommodate them.
Officers Scott Miller and Michael Spaulding say the fiery socialist defamed their reputations.
The House Speaker believes Republican plan to slash taxes for businesses will help spur growth. Governor Inslee and machinists union leadership have a different take.
The suit argues that this public health decision lies outside the authority of a public referendum.
What was said. What was seen.
Fellow cheeba hawks—rest assured that these are the dankest images you’ll see all day.
The unorthodox forum is a calculated risk for both candidates, but in very different ways.
New disclosure suggests yes.
Not to be confused with the Seattle Peoples Party, organizers nonetheless are encouraged by Nikkita Oliver’s success.
Tank top and shorts barista doesn’t have the same ring to it.