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Not really, an executive implied at a technology conference. The company quickly disavowed that view.
The Trump cabinet member will have quite a welcoming committee.
If passed, the alternative will go on the February ballot opposite a proposal to ban CHELs in King County.
The investor is now pitching his project as a fall-back to the KeyArena renovation.
Oversight director says staff still can’t get information it needs to fully vet law enforcement.
At activists’ urging, the council did the right thing in opening up Burgess’ council seat to all.
When trees with needles turn yellow, all bets are off.
The mayor’s homelessness czar says the city has found a new site for the camp.
The appointment comes after a week of public meetings instigated by the Transparent Seattle coalition.
The legislators blasted the agency’s release of ORCA card holders’ email address.
Local experts weigh in on why cars could (maybe) be (part of) the answer.
The judge also sounded skeptical note on the merits of the suit.
Unique among the states that have legalized cannabis, Washington bans homegrows.
The deadlock in Olympia is leading to layoffs and frustration, but perhaps for not much longer.
We can’t stay quiet on guns, even if those in power do.
Two Cantankerous Old White Men Talked Over Everyone at the First Forum for Filling Tim Burgess’ Seat
The real winner Tuesday night was the moderator, who somehow kept things moderately civil.
The fight for the 45th.
Peter Young and Justin Samuel helped launch a new era in the fight against fur. Then they went their separate ways.
The Honest Elections ballot initiative that Seattle voters passed in 2015 is…
“Our broken immigration system … is a profit-making enterprise of large, private corporations.”