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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.
With the U.S. Men’s National Team sitting on the sidelines for soccer’s biggest tournament, root for your rave green favs instead.
Preparing for a summer of fun, meaningful baseball.
Many coaches weren’t satisfied with the traditional system that used district seeds and geography.
The league’s continued crack down on protests during the national anthem has left some questioning their fandom.
But one councilmember thinks funding for affordable housing and the arts should come before subsidizing stadium maintenance.
Seattle may have the worst record in Major League Soccer, but there’s still time to fix things.
Advocates say the ban will keep youth athletes from using dip.
The team wants their mark on professional sports in the Seattle during Major League Rugby’s inaugural season.
The Mariners boast the best cheering section in baseball, but there’s one major issue…
Locals get their hopes up about the joint North American bid before FIFA makes a decision in June.
With hope in short supply, it’s best to accept that we root for baseball’s worst franchise.
With an Olympic bloodline, Jeremy Taiwo has gone from Newport Knight to America’s top male heptathlete.
Tom Johnson’s passion for mushing brought “Last Great Race on Earth” to life.