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The idea of halting development in Seattle is delusional.
Seattle has long been known for never meeting a tax hike it didn’t like. Now some aren’t so sure.
At a Town Hall this morning, multiple commenters lamented Seattle’s tolerance of the homeless.
The vote comes the same day the King County Council established its own fund.
So far, all the criminal-trespass trials have resulted in convictions. On Friday, the jury hung.
McGinn is the first major candidate to enter the race since abuse allegations surfaced against Murray.
Speakers also demanded higher taxes on the rich.
An emotional moment as city leaders try to restore normalcy in the wake of sex abuse allegations.
The reports were intended to call out those who denied requests to detain individuals without a warrant.
A rally today will determine whether the strike should continue.
Recent accusations of sexual misconduct open the door for candidates with similar politics, but the mayor’s early fundraising might have drained the pool of potential donors.
The New York Times Published a Crossword Puzzle Constructed by a Washington State Inmate. People Weren’t Happy.
The case prompted input from the paper’s public editor.
“It’s pretty strong—we’re very pleased with the letter and the Mayor’s stance.”
A provision of I-124 requires hotels to keep lists of guests accused of sexually harassing or assaulting staff. Is it ‘McCarthy-esque,’ or just good practice?
Voters become jurors in cases like this. It’s a job that shouldn’t be taken lightly.
A brick-and-mortar store pursues a net fix.
The University District upzone is threatening the neighborhood’s much-loved commercial heart. But is it worth saving?
The mole was the “fingerprint,” in the attorney’s words, for allegations of paying minors for sex.
The county budget chair blocked the executive’s proposal because sales taxes disfavor the poor.
Meanwhile, the fans ate grasshoppers.