Kevin Fullerton

-30-

-30-

"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

 

A stream is a stream is a creek?

"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

 

Energy drain: Sen. Maria Cantwell votes to protect the Arctic Refuge.

Bad energy

Washington's senators are in the thick of the battle over a national energy bill.

 

Bananas

Free trade, fair trade, and the voices between.

Tim and Patty Crawford have spent $50,000 to protect this land.

Battle Creek

Charges of burglary, slander, and environmental degradation fly in fight over Thornton Creek.

Tim and Patty Crawford have spent $50,000 to protect this land.

Biotech blast

LOVE HIM or hate him, Paul Allen is still the man to see about Seattle's new New Economy. Last week, Allen's development company, Vulcan Inc.,… Continue reading

Bright future?

Bright future?

Seattle City Light's controversial new plan to lower rates and save the environment.

Bright future?
Crackling electricity

Crackling electricity

Puget Sound Energy wants to raise your electric bill.

Crackling electricity
Hey, there's only one occupant in a lot of those vehicles!

Crazy drivers!

Road Trip #2

Hey, there's only one occupant in a lot of those vehicles!

Dam water

ONE THOUSAND acres of forestland. A new water treatment plant. Cripes, the price of passage through Seattle's Cedar River watershed is awfully expensive, the Bonneville… Continue reading

Without that citizen input, the plans we get are crap, says environmentalist B.J. Cummings.

Duwamish showdown

Citizens' group is keeping a wary eye on the river's cleanup.

Without that citizen input, the plans we get are crap, says environmentalist B.J. Cummings.
Floating the numbers? Stephen Taufen claims the company that owns this fishing vessel is "laughing at the IRS."

Fishy accounting

Whistle-blower Stephen Taufen claims state officials are ignoring an accounting scandal on the scale of Enron.

Floating the numbers? Stephen Taufen claims the company that owns this fishing vessel is "laughing at the IRS."

Flight jitters

COULD THOSE Sea-Tac Airport workers who vacuum the planes, pour the drinks, and push the wheelchairs help fight the War on Terrorism? Local unions say… Continue reading

Straight shooter Frank LaChance.

Frank talk

Neighbors Against Drugs takes aim at paraphernalia.

Straight shooter Frank LaChance.
Menace or solution?

Gangway for Segway!

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

Menace or solution?
Larry Goldman is leaving the Market.

Landlords’ market

Pike Place Market merchants fight their landlord.

Larry Goldman is leaving the Market.

Loathes and fishes

WHO COULD possibly want electricity rates in the Northwest to go higher? An alliance of West Coast greens and East Coast smokestack industries, that's who.… Continue reading

Mercury madness

WILL LIBERAL SEATTLE listen when a conservative Republican lectures them on the dangers of dentistry? King County Council member Kent Pullen, R-Kent, sure thinks so.… Continue reading

Now we can't find any kids, says KidsCentre's Jennifer Phillips.

Missing children

The recession and state cuts mean hard times for child-care centers.

Now we can't find any kids, says KidsCentre's Jennifer Phillips.
Needle Exchange

Needle Exchange

"News about Seattle from far and wide."

Needle Exchange