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    Permanent Daylight Saving Time proposals advance

    Two proposals to put Washington on permanent daylight savings time have advanced in the Legislature.
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    Rep. Bill Jenkin returns to work just three weeks after heart attack

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    A brief filed by the Community Police Commission called on U.S. District Judge James Robart to have the city address what it sees as major flaws in the recently passed Seattle police contract.
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    Community members had their last chance Thursday to present public comments on an upzoning measure being weighed by Seattle City Council.
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    Sound Transit says more and more people are using its services to get around the Puget Sound region.
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    A Seattle city hall feud continued Wednesday, after city council's Human Services committee led by Kshama Sawant voted to delay Mayor Durkan's nomination for a permanent Human Services director.
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    Rantz: Legislation to mandate conservative hires at public schools is misguided

    A Republican state senator is introducing legislation to mandate 25 percent of new hires at public college campuses in Washington go to conservatives.
  • snow Local News

    Light snow falls as frigid February continues

    The worst of Seattle's snow-related woes for the winter are largely behind us, but that doesn't mean that we're entirely out of the woods yet in terms of frigid weather. 
  • Local News

    State bill aims to keep homeless camps 1,000 feet from schools

    A new bill being considered in the state Legislature would impose restrictions on where exactly homeless camps could be set up in relation to schools.
  • Project Freedom Ride Dori Monson

    This 7-year-old is saving hundreds of dogs' lives with Project Freedom Ride

    Roman McConn, 7, founded Project Freedom Ride with his parents to give a new life to over 1,500 Texas dogs.
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    Three JBLM active military members arrested in sexual predator sting

    Washington State Patrol arrested 22 accused "dangerous sexual predators" in a recent Thurston County sting operation, three of whom are active military members based out of Joint Base Lewis-McChord.
  • seattle cooks Jason Rantz

    Amato: Understaffed Seattle restaurants don't tell the whole story

    Seattle's restaurant staffing shortage is something many cities deal with. More than that, it's something that doesn't tell the whole story of the city's restaurant industry.
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