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The costs of the newspaper strike are heavy for both sides.
In Seattle's newspaper strike, both management and labor learned from Detroit's five-year-long labor dispute.
The Times and P-I set the stage to put one of them out of business.
Some seek judicial harmony, and others sound strident notes in this year's battles for the state's high court seats.
The county has a great idea for Seattle neighborhoods.
"I love these meetings where the public turns out," said ever-cheery Seattle City Council member Judy Nicastro on the elevator ride up to the 11th… Continue reading
Lose views or chop trees? Magnolia neighbors square off.
Schell's Mardi Gras panels produce yet another crisis at City Hall.
Initiative 695 proposes to give you cheap car tabs and make state government disappear.
The mayor uses government to aid his re-election bid.
Last week, supporters of efforts to bring all-ages dancing back to Seattle notched one glorious victory and one crushing defeat.On Monday, the City Council approved… Continue reading
People can talk all they want about culture-changing inventions like the microchip and the transistor, but my favorite technological marvel is that little button on… Continue reading
First the Seattle Housing Authority eliminated hundreds of low-income units in Holly Park. Now it's spending millions more than expected on that renovation. And, as Mark Worth recounts, it's got the same sort of plans for White Center.
Pulled by politics and scandal, can "New Age" Norm Stamper fight crime, clean up the department, change cop culture, and keep his job?
Don't turn out the lights in Seattle just yet, say economists.
Our new mayor unveils a wonkish, well-balanced staff, an upbeat agenda—and his first trial balloon.