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Last week, a lawsuit was filed over the practice; this week, King County scrambled to respond.
In response to the recent social media firestorm about sexual violence, a survivor launches an interactive project on campus.
Columbia Legal Services filed a lawsuit against the county, alleging violations of due process. The details of the suit paint a picture of severe punishment for acting out.
“This movement is not separate from Standing Rock, it’s an extension of it.”
The facility is designed to address drug addiction and the root causes of homelessness.
And we doubt he’ll stop there.
Experts are split on whether non-resident buyers are hurting Seattle’s affordability.
Though both mayoral candidates have plans for supporting small businesses in Seattle.
Local experts weigh in on why cars could (maybe) be (part of) the answer.
“Our broken immigration system … is a profit-making enterprise of large, private corporations.”
Managers know parking will be a problem, but say solutions are on their way.
An icon of the CD officially gives way to new development. It closes on September 30.
The suit against GEO Group alleges violations of Washington state minimum wage law.
An activist City Council makes for boatloads of legal work.
Though they won’t please everyone.
Homeless advocates decry the process and call for deeply affordable housing.
The suit is against the two SPD officers who shot her. The City of Seattle will be added later.
And next summer, Seattle will begin enforcing a law banning all single-use plastics—including straws.
On Tuesday, Ferguson said he’d be filing a lawsuit “very, very soon.” On Wednesday, he filed it.
A once-isolated enclave inside Seattle’s industrial corridor, the neighborhood will soon change. What will be lost, and what gained?