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  • Oct 9, 2006

Where will all the nuclear waste go?

IT'S STARTING to look like the U.S. Department of Energy's ultimate solution for nuclear waste, Yucca Mountain in Nevada, isn't going to happen: certainly not… Continue reading

Where’s Gary?

I was about to come face-to-face with a serial killer.OK, there's a sheet of bulletproof glass separating the King County Jail's courtroom from spectators, and… Continue reading

Where’s Nate?

Based on the all-staff memo, you'd think you should wish Nate Caldwell a nice vacation. Dated March 2, the mildly worded missive informs employees of… Continue reading

Where’s the ‘rithmetic?

If Rainier Beach High School has far fewer resources than Ballard, why didn't it spend $369,000 of its budget?

Where’s the permit?

The winners of a recent housing design competition got their award certificates, but now want building permits to go with them.Most of those testifying at… Continue reading

Where’s the power?

REMEMBER the energy crisis?This time last year, the looming electric-power crunch was all over the headlines. Months before the 2001 legislative session began, electricity rates… Continue reading

Wherefore and Wi-Fi

Seattle companies developing the wireless Internet are chasing new venture capital.

Which School Board candidate can replace a retiring millionaire?

"I HAD AN AGENDA, I shared that agenda with my colleagues, and I have not deviated from that agenda. In many respects, that agenda has… Continue reading

Whistle-blower’s trial

The lawyer who exposed the Cadillac judge faces the Supreme Court.

White Guard Black Guard

Racial tension in Washington State prisons isn't limited to the inmates. Some guards allege that the Department of Corrections is a 'White Regime' that tolerates racism — even Neo Nazis — within its ranks.

White House Hybrids

The Future of Hybrid Technology...Today!

White House, No House

Send listings two weeks in advance to info@seattleweekly.com. The History of Political Cartoons In its final week, this Bainbridge Public Library exhibit chronicles 250 years… Continue reading

White Independence Day

On July 4, while much of the country is celebrating that ancient, radical rant about all men being created equal, a Washington town will be… Continue reading

White Night

Meeting Vanna was just like Club Medusa, except for the bathrobe.

White noise

Even more than usual, there was a lot of nonsense in mainstream US media this year; silly stories from Florida dominated while important local and… Continue reading

Who can forget the ’90s?

Pretty much everyone it seems. (Instant Nostalgia issue)

Who cares?

In the age of the Internet and 24-hour cable news, does a newspaper strike matter?

Who is Jim McDermott?

When I moved back to Seattle in 1990, I was scoping out the local political scene at about the time that the US launched Desert… Continue reading