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Local agencies and geriatric care managers aim to increase public awareness about the epidemic.
MASS asks the city to prioritize reducing traffic and increasing pedestrian safety ahead of the Alaskan Way Viaduct’s closure.
The PTO says children have benefited from the Native-centered program, and that transferring the pupils would disrupt their progress.
City Attorney attempts to address inequities in criminal justice system and enhance public safety.
The Rainier Valley facility’s imminent closure leaves over 100 people looking for new jobs.
The transgender activist says she feels erased.
Theatrical stage employees come for the music and stay for the thrill. But at what price?
Despite strong opposition, the majority of councilmembers ratified the agreement.
Seven of nine councilmembers will need to pass the agreement to ratify it. What will they decide?
Campaign organizers say they will continue pushing for a cleaner future.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement denies accusation
Critics say the city continues to pass over seniors’ need for services.
A community input group submitted briefs to the federal court on Oct. 29, but is the public’s voice truly heard?
And they’re not happy about Mayor Jenny Durkan’s proposed 2019-2020 budget.
Commissioners say the agreement rolls back reform, but labor groups and Mayor Durkan disagree. Meanwhile, a community activist might sue them.
The Seattle City Council introduced legislation to approve a long-awaited agreement, but not everyone seems satisfied.
Inadequate medical care plagues immigrants at the facility, but ICE claims otherwise.
Analysis of 2017 county records and interviews show that nearly 90 percent of evicted tenants experienced homelessness
Police reports from federally-funded facilities in Renton and Fife call the minors’ safety into question.
The Westin Seattle employees will picket to demand higher wages from Marriott International.