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The mysterious backers of the initiative won’t say why, but some think it’s because they couldn’t get funding to gather the necessary signatures.
I almost didn’t write about this place. I didn’t want to ruin the mystery of it.
Critical King County Councilmembers call plan “a fleecing” and “irresponsible.”
Seattle Mariners could make over $100 million from naming rights.
From local music favs to outdoor getaways to tasty bites, these are your choices for the best our city has to offer.
PFD board member argues that $180 million in public money for stadium upkeep lets Mariners off the hook.
The Sheriff’s discipline comes as the result of violent off-duty behavior.
A look back at the urban music fest’s weekend action.
The Trump administation’s policy jeopardizes newspapers and mill workers.
Some student advocates worry that slashed budgets could drive student to misleading crisis pregnancy centers.
Two decades before #MeToo, a young David Bazan was singing about the problems with patriarchy.
Tariffs on Canadian paper have surged costs with little benefit for U.S. mills.
Our readers share their thoughts.
Plus an effort to expand health coverage in South King County.
‘Not everyone has a house, but everyone has a home.’
A Kia Crashes Into a Cabin, Shroom Hunters Unearth a Human Skull, and the Perils of Canoeing Across Lake Washington
Plus some traffic and safe drug site news.
At activists’ urging, the council did the right thing in opening up Burgess’ council seat to all.
Alan-Michael Weatherford questions whether the university understands the nature of trolling in today’s America.
“These folks know what it means to suffer and they really want to give back.”
The King County Metropolitan Council has taken strong steps to insulate wealthy communities from marijuana, leaving poor minority neighborhoods to pick up the slack.