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Seattle’s professional hockey team will lace up the skates in 2021 after the league unanimously approved its expansion bid.
This franchise, man.
The mysterious backers of the initiative won’t say why, but some think it’s because they couldn’t get funding to gather the necessary signatures.
It’s hard not to be cynical as the Warriors and Kings come to town for an NBA preseason game.
Q&A with the Hall of Fame wide receiver
The initiative, filed by a group called “Citizens Against Sports Stadium Subsidies,” could put the $135 million spending plan on the ballot early next year.
Critical King County Councilmembers call plan “a fleecing” and “irresponsible.”
Behind MVP Breanna Stewart, the franchise captures its third league championship.
Seattle Mariners could make over $100 million from naming rights.
After a thrilling Western Conference Finals victory, the Storm are one series away from a third title.
A council committee voted to advance a last-minute “compromise” plan to fund stadium maintenance.
The Seattle Seahawks are transforming as quickly and dramatically as the city itself. That’s not a good thing.
King County Councilmember Rod Dembowski wants the public to weigh in with an advisory vote
After questioning representatives of the stadium’s management and hearing testimony, a council committee punted a vote on the plan to spend roughly $180 million on stadium upkeep
Coalition calls on King County Council to divert public money away from stadium maintenance and put it toward affordable housing
PFD board member argues that $180 million in public money for stadium upkeep lets Mariners off the hook.
Freed from past mental weights, Breanna Stewart is setting the tone for the WNBA-leading Seattle Storm.
One of the proposal’s original sponsors now wants to allocate more money to affordable housing.
While pressure mounts, councilmembers are non-committal about the plan to spend $180 million on stadium upkeep.
A potential reallocation of $180 million in maintenance funds puts things in a “very precarious” position.