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  • elections coverage, primary Local News

    Washington Legislature mulls moving presidential primary date in 2020

    Could moving Washington State's presidential primary from May to March have candidates campaigning harder in the Northwest? A pair of proposed bills could end up leading to just that.
  • Local News

    Man threatens to shoot kids at 5 Edmonds day cares, police investigating

    A man called Edmonds day cares with graphic threats on Monday, and Edmonds police are trying to find him.
  • (Viadoom) Chokepoints

    Live updates from the second week of the Viadoom commute

    Viadoom's first week was surprisingly manageable, as commuters adjusted their schedules enough to keep congestion to a minimum. But will the second week bring the same results? Let's find out. 
  • Lime Dori Monson

    Dori: Can I take an abandoned Lime bike to the dump?

    Dori has a legal question concerning an abandoned bikeshare bike he found ditched on his neighbor's parking strip. Can he take a Lime bike to the dump if it's left on his property.
  • Bike lanes Seattle Jason Rantz

    Rantz: At its own political peril, Seattle council pushes tolling, bike lanes

    Despite the unpopularity of congestion pricing and bike lanes, Seattle City Council members and Mayor Jenny Durkan will continue to pursue them. Prediction: They will pay a political price for their position.
  • Robberies Burien Local News

    Teens in Burien arrested after armed robberies and carjacking

    Bellevue police arrested two 16-year-olds after a crime spree they say started with a carjacking in Burien. They are looking for a third teen.
  • Covington, viral video Dori Monson

    Dori: Covington kids did nothing wrong despite assumptions of media

    The way that the national news outlets reported the story of the Covington kids without looking at all of the facts proves that journalism is dead in America.
  • medical marijuana card Dori Monson

    Former NY Times writer links legalized marijuana with violence, psychosis

    Former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson argues that marijuana legalization increases paranoia, psychosis, and violent behavior in society.
  • European union Jason Rantz

    European Union: The manipulative ex who secretively wants you to stay

    Brexit is complicated. What else is complicated? Relationships and break ups. Perhaps that's how best to understand the mess the UK is currently in with the European Union.
  • bail, st3 Local News

    Sound Transit is headed back to court over ST3 and high car tabs

    The class action lawsuit over ST3 may have been tossed out last year, but proponents are not finished with the case. An appeal has been filed.
  • SDOT, viadoom Local News

    Rideshare, bike numbers spike in Seattle during Viadoom

    A few number indicate how Seattle-area commuters have been altering their travel plans during the closure of the Alaskan Way Viaduct, aka Viadoom.
  • Starbucks Local News

    Democrats decry Starbucks CEO Howard Shultz idea to run as independent in 2020

    The possibility that former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz might launch an independent run for the presidency is not playing well with Democrats in his home state.
  • Local News

    Annual MLK Day march in Seattle, more events in Western Washington

    A list of Martin Luther King Jr. Day events in Western Washington for 2019.
  • football, politics Dave Ross

    Ross: Football is like American politics without shutting down the stadium

    I came to a realization while watching the NFL playoffs. Football is a lot like politics -- two sides, trying to move the ball one way or the other. But how often do you seem them shut down the stadium?
  • opioid, Public Health Jason Rantz

    Rantz: Seattle public health officials give tips to be a better heroin user

    We’ve reached peak absurdity when Seattle King County Public Health officials are actually teaching addicts how to be better drug users. It’s a sign that the city, county and even state has given up on the opioid epidemic.
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