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On the lam, cranky journalist Paul Trummel scores a First Amendment victory.
Monorail's ads urge forgoing of new car purchases, but the agency's funding depends on auto sales.
A former fifth-grade teacher pleads guilty to child molestation, a former pupil sues the Seattle School District, and it turns out that years of questionable behavior at this grade school was no secret.
Feds side with local union reformer in contested election.
Taxpayers face another long walk—off the Port's short-falling Pier 66.
Ahmed Ressam grows weary of informing.
Dallas gets Condit, Stonecipher, and an office staff to be named later.
Nick made a mistake: "I became a success."
Ehren Watada isn't the first to refuse deployment to Iraq. Kevin Benderman is already in the stockade.
That would have to be in the back seat of CAB ELVIS, with the King at the wheel. David Groh has been fighting traffic and… Continue reading
Three of Seattle's richest people—Howard Schultz, Paul Allen, and Bill Gates—can now call Seattle Center home.
A new contender for Washington's worst judge.
UW's Neuheisel commits 18 NCAA violations.
A landmark court decision holds government liable for the rape of a young girl.
Inquests, Seattle Police Department, King County Sheriff and suburban police shootings and custody deaths, 1989-1999 (ALL JUSTIFIED)
UW/Neuheisel pact shows how to win without playing.
The Lusty Lady's not for sale, so he and some developer friends bought the sky above.
A detective—and his department—could face trial.
A politically savvy cop rides to the top.