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  • Dori Monson

    David Boze: 'Tolerant' Seattleites bully Christopher Rufo out of council race

    Christopher Rufo started a council campaign to give Ballard residents an alternative to the status quo. Now the people who claim to be the most tolerant have prevented free speech by forcing Rufo out of the race with threats of sexual violence and racist insults against his family members.
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    KIRO Nights’ own Seahawks insider, Gee Scott, breaks down the three things he is hearing from Seahawks players ahead of Thursday’s Week 11 game against the Green Bay Packers.
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    The Seattle Police Officers Guild had been without a contract for four years up until Monday. Now that its long-awaited contract has been approved by City Council, it will face the scrutiny of a federal judge.
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    Boeing is likely to move upwards of 1,400 jobs to Kent

    Boeing is considering moving more than 1,400 jobs from its other Puget Sound-area sites to Kent, according to Kent Mayor Dana Ralph.
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    Lime is launching its shared car service in Seattle this week

    Bloomberg is reporting that Lime's carsharing service, LimePod, is landing in Seattle this week, challenging both Car2Go and ReachNow.
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    Don't waste your time on fancy cranberry sauce

    It's Wednesday, and you know what that means. Time for me to give you the random things that go through my head. I call it Shower Thoughts.
  • amazon Dave Ross

    Ross: A few things for the East Coast to know about Amazon

    Good luck East Coast with your new Amazon HQs. Here's some advice from Seattle. For starters, if you see a parking spot, look both ways, check for cops, and then hide it under your shirt. You’ll thank me later.
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    Sea-Tac Airport travel tips for Thanksgiving weekend

    Sea-Tac Airport is offering travel tips ahead of one of the busiest travel weeks of the year – Thanksgiving – when more than 900,000 people will travel through the airport from Tuesday, Nov. 20 through Monday, Nov. 26.
  • Local News

    Police: Woman scammed by Washington State Fair vendors who sold package to spa that doesn't exist

    Police say registered Washington State Fair vendors scammed a woman by selling her a $2,000 spa package at their booth back in September to a spa in Bellevue that doesn’t exist. Detectives say the vendors are now persons of interest in a felony theft investigation and fear there may be more victims.
  • Sawant Jason Rantz

    Rantz: In police contract fight, Kshama Sawant vastly overstates union support

    Seattle Councilmember Kshama Sawant once touted union support -- things have changed. She promotes that an array of unions opposed the new Seattle police contract. Take a closer look, though. Power players, these are not.
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    Dori: Politicians who tout sanctuary city status ignore crucial data

    Our politicians tout sanctuary city status as the best thing since sliced bread, but when it comes to heeding evidence of sanctuary status being dangerous, they simply turn a blind eye.
  • Amazon HQ2 Local News

    Will Amazon HQ2 plans move Seattle's housing crisis to the East Coast?

    With news of a dual Amazon HQ2 spread across Long Island City and Crystal City, Virginia, residents of both cities could see an increase in housing prices similar to what Seattle's experienced in recent years. This is how.
  • King County Council votes on budget for gang task force Local News

    King County Council budget vote restores gang unit

    Tuesday afternoon, the King County Council approved the 2019-2020 budget and approved funds to restore the King County Sheriff's Office Gang Unit.
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    Wildfire smoke moves into Western Washington

    It may be short lived, but the haze you're seeing over Western Washington is smoke from the wildfires in California.
  • Rachel Belle

    Travel trend: packages tailored to single parents and their kids

    A vacation can be a different animal for a single parent traveling with their kids. But the tourism industry has finally taken notice. Slowly but surely, there are a handful of companies providing experiences tailored to single parent families.
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