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The mayor and county executive are deciding whether and when to set up pilot safe drug sites.
Depending on how you count the vote, Gary Johnson either did or did not get 5 percent of the vote in Washington, which would qualify his party for all sorts of goodies.
The platform says it’s a force for social justice, haters be damned.
Located in White Center, West Seattle, and Licton Springs, they will shelter more than 200 souls.
The tribe doesn’t envision a repeat of 2001, when Clinton granted, then Bush repealed, recognition within hours. But that doesn’t mean it’s done fighting.
A Seattle poster exchange with Istanbul looks at which direction each country is going.
When you graffiti a sign that no one can understand anyway, does it make a stand?
What Hiram Chittenden’s life tells us about the government and the land it conquered.
Something’s going to happen with King Street Station soon. The only question is what.
But can it keep going?
Nasro Hassan and her mother, Dahabo, speak about the assault on November 15.
Lefty Jon Grant is taking another swing at Tim Burgess’ city-wide council seat.
Whatever a Trump administration decides to do on pot, Norm Stamper says cities like Seattle will have the power to not devote resources to marijuana.
The police violence last Sunday was unexpected and unwarranted, according to a Seattle physician on the scene.
How to handle incidents when you see them.
Enduring mansplaining and misogyny in the arcades.
The West Coast is the weediest coast.
Nathan Austin needed therapy. What he got was hard time.
The prospect of an Attorney General Jeff Sessions poses particular risks to Seattle.
“We’ve devolved, a little bit, socially.”