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You have to imagine that Lacey Caroll, one-time professional beauty pageant contestant,

You have to imagine that Lacey Caroll, one-time professional beauty pageant contestant, is handling this situation with grace and poise. Of course, grace may be… Continue reading

Father Rosas’ Quest to Integrate Church and State

Current interpretation of federal law prevents federal courts from meddling in church labor disputes. That's why Cesar Rosas' 2006 lawsuit against the Corporation of the… Continue reading

The Place: The Signature, 530 1st Ave N, 283-6614, LOWER QUEEN ANNEThe

The Place: The Signature, 530 1st Ave N, 283-6614, LOWER QUEEN ANNEThe Hours: 3 p.m.-5:30 p.m. and 8 p.m.-12 a.m.The Deal: $2.75 wells, drafts and… Continue reading

Current interpretation of federal law prevents federal courts from meddling in church

Current interpretation of federal law prevents federal courts from meddling in church labor disputes. That's why Cesar Rosas' 2006 lawsuit against the Corporation of the… Continue reading

Charles: “Guys want to be invlolved.”

Best of Seattle 2010: Marvin Charles

Best Reformed-Dad Advocate

Charles: “Guys want to be invlolved.”

The dodgeball enthusiasts of Capitol Hill covet the tennis courts at Cal

The dodgeball enthusiasts of Capitol Hill covet the tennis courts at Cal Anderson Park. Problem is, so do the actual tennis players. The two sides… Continue reading

In another election year, Republican Senatorial candidates Clint Didier and Paul Akers,

In another election year, Republican Senatorial candidates Clint Didier and Paul Akers, who are both polling behind Dino Rossi, would endorse the front runner before… Continue reading

Have you heard? Senator Patty Murray is doing the nation a disservice

Have you heard? Senator Patty Murray is doing the nation a disservice by dragging so much earmarked federal money back to her home state. So… Continue reading

In this down economy, lots of working folks are taking on second

In this down economy, lots of working folks are taking on second jobs. So, why not a member of the armed services? Only Sterling Hospedales,… Continue reading

It’s an old and, as of late, oft-occurring phenomenon. Student develops a

It's an old and, as of late, oft-occurring phenomenon. Student develops a crush on a teacher. The teacher reciprocates. Then there's some illicit sexual contact… Continue reading

Interviewed for a June cover story, David Struckman told the Seattle Weekly

Interviewed for a June cover story, David Struckman told the Seattle Weekly he was done fighting the government. But with his most recent appeal denied… Continue reading

How Many Cops Is Enough?

In 10 years, Seattle’s police population per 1,000 residents has plummeted from 2.24 to 2.17.

Sound Transit’s Misleading Environmental Claims

The agency celebrates light rail's first anniversary with more obfuscation.

Unhappy that Mayor Mike McGinn–citing shortfalls in the city budget–pushed the pause

Unhappy that Mayor Mike McGinn--citing shortfalls in the city budget--pushed the pause button on a plan to hire 21 new patrol officers by year's end,… Continue reading

King County has a prescription pain medicine problem. That much we know

King County has a prescription pain medicine problem. That much we know from a study conducted by the University of Washington's Alcohol and Drug Abuse… Continue reading

UPDATE: Colton pleads guilty to a lesser charge in the Bahamas.Colton Harris-Moore

UPDATE: Colton pleads guilty to a lesser charge in the Bahamas.Colton Harris-Moore has been eluding police since walking away from a Renton juvenile detention facility… Continue reading

Even with his police-evading, transporting-stolen-property-across-state-lines antics, Camano Island’s least favorite son has

Even with his police-evading, transporting-stolen-property-across-state-lines antics, Camano Island's least favorite son has never rated very high on the FBI's list of priorities. That's always been… Continue reading

Struckman Strikes Twice

An appeals court declines to overturn David Struckman's conviction, but takes the government to task.

In the beginning, there was Checkmate. And many of the infidelity-detection kits

In the beginning, there was Checkmate. And many of the infidelity-detection kits that landed on the market following Checkmate's 1999 introduction tread on its success.… Continue reading

David Struckman was busted for running one of the biggest tax-avoidance enterprises in recent U.S. history. But he's not through with the IRS just yet.

Tax This

David Struckman's prison term is almost up, but his beef with the IRS isn't.

David Struckman was busted for running one of the biggest tax-avoidance enterprises in recent U.S. history. But he's not through with the IRS just yet.