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It was the centerpiece of the governor’s crusade against climate change. Now it’s gone.
Community members shared their vision of the city’s first LGBTQ-affirming senior housing project at Tuesday’s workshop.
Plus, Auburn continues to widen its web.
The city announced more than $100 million in investments for affordable housing units Monday.
SHARE/WHEEL testified at City Hall that they had successfully transitioned clients into permanent housing.
Following a report of misconduct, the Seahawks anouncer asked to be pulled off the air earlier this month.
One defendant’s attorney discovered the oversight.
Georgetown’s Carleton Avenue Grocery closed on October 31, leaving the neighborhood with a deeper dearth of food options.
They searched 10 King County locations during the investigation late last month. Sixty have been arrested so far.
For example, no money has been provided to install, maintain and clear out required ballot boxes.
The initiative, which is funded by the Best Starts for Kids levy, is helping stabilize families at risk of homelessness.
Plus, the latest on the Black Diamond City Council recall attempt.
The Fall City legislator aims to make all legislators subject to public records requests in 2018
Funding would be cut for at least 300 shelter beds in Seattle, as well as hygiene and support services.
Frederick Darren Berg had been indicted for fraud in 2012.
According to hotel housekeepers on the Westin’s night shift, not much.
As Randi Zuckerberg accuses Alaska Airlines of inaction, one Seattleite collects accounts of a problem she expects to become more prevalent.
During the event, State Representative Nicole Macri announced that she will be introducing legislation to repeal a statewide ban on rent control.
A lively atmosphere and fantastic food make Aviv a delectable destination.
Plus, pro basketball comes to Bellevue.