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  • Economist worried about impact of Seattle's new minimum wage

    Economist worried about impact of Seattle's new minimum wage

    Seattle's new minimum wage ordinance,which goes into effect today, will impact small businesses, said Peter Nickerson, owner of Nickerson & Associates, LLC and former professor at Seattle University.
  • Edith Macefield's Ballard home back up for sale, but you decide the price

    Edith Macefield's Ballard home back up for sale, but you decide the price

    The saga continues. Edith Macefield's house goes up for sale, seven years after she passed away. She left the house to her caretaker, who sold it to a real estate entrepreneur who went bankrupt and the house was recently foreclosed upon. Meanwhile, people from all over the world are writing messages on colorful balloons outside of the house.
  • King County vows major changes to locking troubled kids up in detention

    King County vows major changes to locking troubled kids up in detention

    While African American youth make up just 10 percent of the young people in King County, they represent 50 percent of the juvenile detainees. County leaders say they are taking significant steps to change what Executive Dow Constantine calls "unacceptable" racial disparity.

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