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    Tentative SPD contract now in the hands of Seattle City Council

    Seattle Police have been working without a contract, or a pay raise, since 2014. Mayor Jenny Durkan says that’s unacceptable.
  • amazon Local News

    Amazon gives $2 million to low income Seattle schools

    Amazon has given $2 million to the Alliance for Education, supporting low-income students in Seattle Public Schools. The money will help provide food, clothing, and school supplies.
  • Dori Monson

    David Boze: When will Antifa notice they are the real fascists?

    Antifa claims to stand against fascism. Yet with another violent Antifa clash in Portland this past weekend, David Boze notices some famous figures Antifa seems to resemble.
  • Hawthorne Elementary School Local News

    Former PTA president in Everett allegedly stole $15,000, charged in court

    The ex-president of an Everett PTA allegedly forged upwards of 22 checks, stealing thousands of dollars from Hawthorne Elementary school. She has now been officially charged in court.
  • Seattle runner, gary steiner, Green Lake attack, Kelly Herron Local News

    Seattle woman reports taking down another assailant while running

    Seattle runner Kelly Herron, who fought off an attacker while on a run in 2017, says she took down another assailant after being groped on a run in Vancouver, Wash.
  • sr 18 Local News

    Loved ones remember mother, daughter killed in DUI crash on SR 18

    Maria Wong, 59, and her daughter Jasmine Lao, 21, were headed to work when a driver suspected to be under the influence of drugs, crossed the center line and killed them.
  • climate change, Durkan, immigration Local News

    Feds drop immigration threat to Seattle, congratulate wrong mayor

    Seattle received approval for federal grant funding that was previously withheld as the Trump administration attempted to force cities to comply with its immigration policies.
  • shootings, police tape Jason Rantz

    Seattle cop: Initiative 940 will create political prosecutions of police officers

    If I-940 passes, it would become much easier to prosecute cops for using deadly force, allowing juries to decide whether the cop acted in good faith and what the reasonable response would be.
  • uw, university of washington, conservative Jason Rantz

    Rantz: UW staffer cyberbullied, secretly recorded conservative students she didn’t like

    A teacher’s assistant at the University of Washington took to Twitter to bully and then secretly audio record conservative students organizing a Brett Kavanaugh celebration.
  • I-1631 carbon fee, climate change Local News

    A climatologist's argument against I-1631's carbon fee

    A University of Washington climatologist says that if you care about climate change, you should vote against I-1631 that aims to establish a carbon fee in Washington state.
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    Unpopular opinion: Sorry Seattle, Dick's Drive-In food isn't that great

    Seattle may love Dick's Drive-In, but the burger joint just doesn't rise to the level of "amazing" or "best" burgers in town. Such conversations are rising as Shake Shack comes to town.
  • King County Jail Dori Monson

    Dori: You're kidding me -- King County Jail as a homeless shelter?

    What should we be doing to fight the rampant crime plaguing our region? Jailing the criminals. What are we doing instead? Turning the King County Jail into a tax-funded homeless shelter for drug-addicted vagrants.
  • opioid, needle kits Jason Rantz

    NRATV's Colion Noir examines Seattle's needle exchange program

    KTTH's Jason Rantz sat down with NRATV's Colion Noir, who visited Seattle recently to get a sense for the city's opioid crisis, and its controversial needle exchange program.
  • first man Michael Medved

    'First Man' returns a sense of wonder about space travel

    “First Man” returns a sense of wonder and excitement of space travel. It puts you on the edge of your seat. Ryan Gosling and all other performances in this film are universally strong.
  • Local News

    Impaired drivers killed six people in a week, two in SR 18 crash

    DUI arrests in 2018 are up 32 percent, and a fatal crash on SR 18 that killed two women, and was caused by an impaired driver, is indicative of that issue.
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