The Legislature’s three openly gay members dish.
A new president promises to shake up an old organization—and its city.
RON SIMS, I want you to save human services. Now, I know that you will object to me putting it…
After 17 years in prison, a murdererturnednewspaper-editor faces new challenges.
Republicans plan to field just one strong candidate each for governor and Senate.
In Olympia, Democratic leaders resolve to combine ‘kitchen table’ issues, like education and jobs, with fiscal prudence. It’s an election year, after all.
A reformer takes a seat on the Port Commission.
Maggots on the runway!
The resignation of second-term member Jim Compton sets off a scramble for his seat and reopens the presidency.
MICHAEL MORGAN JUST can’t get no satisfaction. Since last September, Morgan has been protesting over a Seattle Gay News article…
The grand ambitions of a developer clash with an impassioned politician’s hope to save Seattle’s working waterfront.
THE ROOKIE walked right into the middle of a fish fight. In his first week on the Seattle Port Commission,…
Seattle City Light Superintendent Gary Zarker must explain soaring rates and massive debt to a cranky Seattle City Council. It’s not his fault, he says. And he might be right.
The Senate GOP is advancing its draconian no-new-taxes budget, and the Dems are fighting with divided ranks.
The feds want to know who’s been visiting the Web site of voting watchdog Bev Harris, and they’re likely to get what they want.
You could hear the sigh of relief at City Hall when that bad boy from West Seattle, Mike Heavey, stepped…
Forget the conventional wisdom about Washington’s low religiosity, which way young voters lean, and who ran the sharpest gubernatorial campaign.
From the trailer parks of Kent to the sewers of Eastlake, public-health workers are on the job, teaching people to be smarter than rats.
Does Sound Transit Executive Director Joni Earl have the agency on track?
KIRO-AM talk-radio host Dave Ross says he’ll campaign on his own terms in the 8th Congressional District. That’s easier said than done.