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Columbia Legal Services filed a lawsuit against the county, alleging violations of due process. The details of the suit paint a picture of severe punishment for acting out.
‘Not everyone has a house, but everyone has a home.’
A Kia Crashes Into a Cabin, Shroom Hunters Unearth a Human Skull, and the Perils of Canoeing Across Lake Washington
Plus some traffic and safe drug site news.
The high court also struggled to understand how much money is needed to achieve compliance.
Even some unions that have endorsed Moon haven’t opened up their wallets for her yet.
We Got Asked to Invest in a Capitol Hill Apartment Building. So We Went to Talk to the Tenants About It.
A deep dive into a value-added real-estate portfolio.
“This movement is not separate from Standing Rock, it’s an extension of it.”
The 30 second spot is part of a big ad buy by a pro-Durkan PAC.
Two new videos aim to counter low turnout for municipal elections.
They recommend lawmakers lower car tab fees and require directors be elected rather than appointed.
King County prosecutor Dan Satterberg says the show is bunk. The creators disagree.
The facility is designed to address drug addiction and the root causes of homelessness.
‘Standard of perfection’ not warranted, director says.
And because of a new settlement, the city is unlikely to go after wages the workers say they are entitled to.
And we doubt he’ll stop there.
As each side argues over school funding, the schools chief pushes for more special education money.
Oliver announced plans to hold a debate during her concession speech in August.
Leaders say the sites make “no sense” for their city.
Experts are split on whether non-resident buyers are hurting Seattle’s affordability.
At first glance, this race appears to be between a qualified incumbent and an unqualified challenger. Incumbent Michael S. Spearman served as a state judge… Continue reading