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Ten reasons light rail keeps on rolling.
The city, or Paul Allen's Vulcan Inc.?
Each side accuses the other of gamesmanship in the newspaper strike.
Infighting at the Pike Place Market.
John Dickinson's crusade to restore a lost cemetery gets him into trouble, but gets some unlikely results.
Sidran and Nickels bring different strengths to the mayoral race.
Despite promises of reform, the police have no real citizen oversight.
What is the effect of the relationships between the Coast Guard's top brass and the shipping industry?
The Federal Communications Commission's debate over ownership rules comes to Seattle.
Artist conflict and a court ruling open another chapter in Michael Robertson's saga.
Local firms get in on the Homeland Act.
Downtown poor take another social services hit.
Woodland Park stumbles on the way to a more entertainment-oriented makeover.
The Terminator is such a tool (against democracy).
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Washington state set national precedents with progressive policies offering women "morning-after" pills. Despite grassroots PR—and legislation—many women still don't know of the drugs or how to get them.
The city's ambitious construction program of new libraries, community centers, and parks proceeds despite recession.
Even federal law may not beat the bookstore chains.