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Should we ship away waste or build an incinerator?
Following the death of Iosia Faletogo, community leaders brainstorm creation of cultural home.
In his last year on the ballot, the Mariner legend and greatest designated hitter of all time gets the Cooperstown call.
Rent and housing prices hit south end communities hard; SeaTac, Tukwila, Kent, Burien, Renton and Auburn are working to create organization like Eastside’s ARCH
Mayors of nine cities — including Auburn, Kent, Federal Way, Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, Issaquah, Renton and Sammamish — have pledged to help
State environmental organizations’ poll points to continuing support for carbon-reducing measures.
Following gun control success on the November ballot, state Democrats are eyeing further regulation.
Local agencies and geriatric care managers aim to increase public awareness about the epidemic.
Despite environmental awareness and the public’s apparent desire for reform, statewide initiatives keep failing
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.
The Trump administration slashes the time frame to sign up for insurance.
After originally aiming to build 20 additional fast-service bus lines on high demand routes by 2040, King County Metro has changed its construction timelines and put 13 of those projects on hold.
In a recent interview, Councilmember Kathy Lambert blamed Fain’s accuser for the alleged rape. Then Lambert’s colleagues distanced themselves from her comments.
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
The poor and communities of color are affected the worst, according to UW study
If revenues high enough, arena to get $200,000 per year
Seattle Mariners could make more than $100 million from naming rights.
With an overhaul set by 2040, a new report shows the economic and health benefits of going electric.
Chuck Pillon has been living on a 10-acre junk-filled property near Renton for decades.
Final episode of our three-part series on controversial supervised consumption sites