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    Kelly Herron on second sexual assault: I'm tired of not saying anything

    Eighteen months after fighting off a rapist at Golden Gardens, Kelly Herron once again faced a sexual assailant during a half-marathon in Vancouver, Wash. She's done being silent about what women regularly face.
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    Proponent: I-1631 is not just about a carbon fee, it's about the economy

    Brad Warren with National Fisheries Conservation Center argues that Washington's proposed carbon fee -- I-1631 -- will not only cut down on pollution, it will spur the Northwest economy.
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    Seattle has 17,170 horrible people (at least)

    As tributes have poured in from around the world after the death of Paul Allen, Kshama Sawant's Facebook post ripping the man stands in stark contrast.
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    Seahawks executive Gary Wright, original owner John Nordstrom remember Paul Allen

    Seattle Seahawks executive Gary Wright and original team owner John Nordstrom share fond memories and sentiments about Seahawks owner Paul Allen, who died of cancer on Monday.
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    Is Lyft's $300 per month subscription service worth it for Seattle riders?

    Lyft is rolling out its $300 per month subscription service to Seattle, but can it actually save riders money? We did some quick math to figure that out.
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    SHARE/WHEEL cuts out early on tiny house village as city pulls plug

    After initially running day-to-day operations at the controversial Licton Springs tiny village, SHARE/WHEEL is now pulling out of its agreement to run the village through its scheduled closure in March. 
  • Emerald Queen Local News

    FBI responds to officer-involved shooting at Emerald Queen Casino

    The FBI responded to an incident at the Emerald Queen Casino Tuesday morning. The incident is reportedly fatal and involves a police response from earlier in the morning.
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    Seattle business owners fed up with problems stemming from homeless crisis

    In a heated meeting with city officials Monday night, business owners in Seattle said they want answers, worried about what's next after years of battling problems stemming from the city’s homeless crisis.
  • The ave Jason Rantz

    Rantz: Activists aim to severely restrict cars, business deliveries on The Ave

    If activists get their way, "The Ave" in Seattle’s U District will get severe restrictions on cars, harming businesses there. But hey, at least they’ll get some more bike lanes that no one will use.
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    Bloodworks Northwest develops app to reach millennial donors

    While the baby boom generation was taught about giving blood, the current generation didn't quite get into the habit. Bloodworks Northwest is trying to change that with a new app.
  • Paul Allen Dave Ross

    Ross: Paul Allen was an idea man, and much more

    Paul Allen was more than a Microsoft founder. He paid homage to the past with museums, the present with music, and the future with exploration. Imagine if we treated every student like they would grow up to be worth $20 billion.
  • Chokepoints

    Colman Dock preps for unusual weekend, modified ferry schedule

    Your ferry trip out of Colman Dock is going to look a lot different this weekend as the musical chairs for queuing continues. Sailings are also going to be impacted.
  • seattle police Local News

    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.
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