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Advocates and the City Council go head-to-head over tent cities.
Everything I know about third-party politics, I learned from Herman Kirsch.When I was growing up, Mr. Kirsch lived two doors down Albion Road in the… Continue reading
Greg Nickels may prove the answer is yes.
Seattle should take a closer look before jumping into the cable business.
Denny Regrade takes a pass on 'business improvement.'
Intrigue! Excitement! Mystery! And all in Seattle's ever-dull City Hall!Yes, that's what went on late last week when anonymous tipsters dished some dirt about council… Continue reading
How citizen outrage stormed the electronic barricades at City Hall.
Democrats see Eastside as land of opportunity.
A proposed tribal colossus sets off the usual fireworks.
More tax cuts from Tim Eyman, Washington's initiative king.
The radical tax cutter behind Initiative 695 spouts so much nonsense, we can barely keep up.
The primary election yields stark contrasts in races for three City Council seats.
Can Fairview Fannie get her groove back?