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Gutsy Seattle Times editor Mindy Cameron retires. Will her quirky, opinionated editorial page survive?
Seattle's year to remember ends, and thank goodness for that.
Bad things could happen
A fan's-eye view of the Safe's contents.
The City Council ducks a bullet and adopts a controversial initiative quietly.
A national green group plays political hardball with the Cedar River.
It figures that the 2001 mayoral campaign would start not with a bang, but with an adverb."Probably" was Mayor Paul Schell's response at a recent… Continue reading
Environmentalists spar with West Seattle over parking garages.
One man's odyssey through the backstreets of Seattle journalism, from 'students in the news' and the policeblotter to fighting City Hall and winning
Government's many lovers of sports terminology like to call legislation that will pass easily a "slam dunk." But real basketball fans know that no matter… Continue reading
Seattle residents will have Mayor Paul Schell to kick around for at least one more campaign; the tech-savvy incumbent announced last week in his e-mail… Continue reading
Monorail is back from the dead and on the ballot again.
It's been just five years since Seattle voters rejected a switch to a City Council elected by geographic district, but old ideas never die.A new… Continue reading
P-I employees leave the picket line and face new challenges.
The Space Needle's flashy light show gets panned by environmentalists and astronomers.