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    Security footage emerged of local political activist Tim Eyman walking out of Office Depot with a $70 office chair without paying. Now, he's maintaining his innocence for what his lawyers are calling an "accidental removal."
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    The first candidate to officially issue a challenge to Kshama Sawant's District 3 city council seat has announced that he's pulling out of the race.
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    Spady: Amazon, New York & the progressive push for no growth

    Growth should be viewed as a good thing in Seattle, as long as it's responsibly stewarded by rational leaders. But modern Progressive policies have proven to be anti-growth.
  • seattle, rain Local News

    Winter storm passing over Western Washington, 'couple snowflakes' possible

    If you're looking for snow, try the mountains or Whatcom County. Forecasters say a few inches could fall near Bellingham on Tuesday, while the rest of the region may see spotty rain showers.
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