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The House Speaker believes Republican plan to slash taxes for businesses will help spur growth. Governor Inslee and machinists union leadership have a different take.
The suit argues that this public health decision lies outside the authority of a public referendum.
What was said. What was seen.
Fellow cheeba hawks—rest assured that these are the dankest images you’ll see all day.
The unorthodox forum is a calculated risk for both candidates, but in very different ways.
New disclosure suggests yes.
Not to be confused with the Seattle Peoples Party, organizers nonetheless are encouraged by Nikkita Oliver’s success.
Tank top and shorts barista doesn’t have the same ring to it.
Some workers now make 36 cents an hour, according to the Seattle Commission for People with Disabilities.
People are getting creative when it comes to finding eye wear that they can watch the eclipse with.
Here is the difference between the Fremont landmark and the Confederate monument in Lake View Cemetery.
Unlike other King County cities that have passed similar ordinances, the Kent vote was neither unanimous nor permanent.
The fallout of nuclear standoff, then and now.
The proposal forces a much needed conversation about those living in cars in Seattle.
A five-year study of the county-developed FLASH program has been put in limbo without explanation.
It will be Cary Moon vs. Jenny Durkan in November, but the Peoples Party and its candidate will continue to move forward.
“Once you pay your debt to society … you deserve a second chance.”
One day after the tragedy in Charlottesville, Seattleites show up to shut down white supremacy.
Weld offers property owners protection from squatters while easing housing challenges for people with records.
The claim says police lost their “composure,” should have had a plan to deal with Lyles’ mental health.