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Mad-cow disease has shut down Britain's blood supply. Could it also be contaminating the US supply?
OK, the guy's bound to get plenty of votes come September, but why is the Mark Sidran for Mayor campaign moving so damn slow?First Sidran… Continue reading
The power of incumbency chills City Council races.
Gay men's political activism is at a 30-year low.
Seattle artists fill their living and working spaces with personality and inspiration
Avenue A tells advertisers what works on the Web.
It's not just the terrorists, it's the economy
A new book about a local militiaman comes out in a changed world.
His body went missing from the morgue a year ago, and the most obvious suspect says he didn't do it.
Sound Transit's latest final decision isn't final at all.
The best and worst of Referendum 51.
Dec. 8-14, 2004
Nonprofits in need this holiday.
Charities in need this holiday.
Charities in need this season.
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
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
If Rainier Beach High School has far fewer resources than Ballard, why didn't it spend $369,000 of its budget?