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"I'LL NEVER WORK in journalism again, if I can help it." With that parting shot, veteran Seattle Times copy editor Ivan Weiss officially ended his… Continue reading
"I'VE NEVER seen an issue galvanize the community like this," said Brian Doennebrink, the city of Shoreline's planning commission chair.He's talking about the city's efforts… Continue reading
Washington's senators are in the thick of the battle over a national energy bill.
Free trade, fair trade, and the voices between.
Charges of burglary, slander, and environmental degradation fly in fight over Thornton Creek.
Seattle City Light's controversial new plan to lower rates and save the environment.
Puget Sound Energy wants to raise your electric bill.
Road Trip #2
Citizens' group is keeping a wary eye on the river's cleanup.
Whistle-blower Stephen Taufen claims state officials are ignoring an accounting scandal on the scale of Enron.
Neighbors Against Drugs takes aim at paraphernalia.
THE SEGWAY Human Transporter, the most hyped two-wheeled contraption since the Razor scooter, is about to become street legal in Washington. Thanks to a bill… Continue reading
Pike Place Market merchants fight their landlord.
The recession and state cuts mean hard times for child-care centers.
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