KIRO 7Seattle City Council approves U-District ‘upzoning'
Developers must devote 9 percent of new construction to low-income housing. In exchange, buildings in the U-District will rise a maximum of 320 feet .
Todd Herman, AM 770 KTTHKing County Councilmember says bridge, road problems on ‘collision course’
The budgetary issues related to bridges and roads are headed for a collision course, according to King County councilmember Kathy Lambert.
MyNorthwestSeattle mayor wants more property taxes for homeless programs
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray says he wants to increase property taxes this year to generate more money the city’s homelessness crisis.
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Dori Monson, KIRO RadioKenny Mayne reacts to death of ex-Seattle sportscaster Rod Simons
Former colleagues reacted to Rod Simons, one of the best-known Northwest sports anchors in the 1980s and 90s, who died Monday at the age of 56.
MyNorthwestSeattle mayor says he is willing to sue federal government
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray announced Tuesday that the city will take legal action if the federal government doesn't provide answers related to Trump's executive order.
MyNorthwestTranscript of the 2017 State of the City Address
Read a transcript of Seattle Mayor Ed Murray's annual State of the City address.
MyNorthwestWashington senator insists insurance bill is not about gun control
The senator who proposed a bill that would require gun owners to have liability insurance admits it's a long shot. But it's not about gun control, she says.
MyNorthwestSoda tax proposed for City of Seattle
Seattle's mayor says a proposed soda tax will help raise millions of dollars each year to fund education programs.
Dave Ross, KIRO RadioRoss: Our new national security adviser should start watching Fox News
The new national security adviser has a lot on his to-do list, which might include adding Fox News to the list of television channels he monitors.
MyNorthwestAfter city's grant, Seattle homeless camp still needs to raise $15K
Camp Second Chance, a tent city, can stay on vacant City of Seattle land, but first they have to raise $15,000 to keep up their end of the bargain.
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