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Backers say it would give non-establishment candidates more of a shot at power.
Former Ed Murray advisor Scott Lindsay credits himself with reforming homeless evictions.
The suit against GEO Group alleges violations of Washington state minimum wage law.
DeVos is the first Trump cabinet member to appear publicly in Washington.
The Center will hold a meeting next week to discuss reconstruction efforts.
His two-month tenure presents a unique opportunity to do the right thing.
The sheriff says it’s bogus. His accuser says it’s been buried.
The question now becomes who to appoint to fill Burgess’ seat. Nick Licata says he wants a shot.
An activist City Council makes for boatloads of legal work.
The Neighborhood Action Coalition is stepping up the fight against sweeps.
Harrell announces executive orders clamping down on trash, cozying up with Amazon, and envisioning a future without a youth jail.
Appearing beside opponents is a requirement of Democracy Vouchers. The city has ruled Gonzalez didn’t meet it.
Though they won’t please everyone.
The City Council president has five days to decide whether he will continue in the interim position.
The authorized tent city has been happily settled in Interbay for almost two years.
In declaring vindication in June, Murray laid the groundwork for his demise.
A fifth abuse accusation left the mayor with no option but to step down—some say months too late.
When reading the Amazon tea leaves, not all explanations are created equal.
The candidates largely avoided discussing Murray in the 90 minute forum.
Homeless advocates decry the process and call for deeply affordable housing.