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No 'War on Cars' in Seattle? What's with stealing car spots for PARking Day?

With parking already so difficult to come by, not everyone is pleased with the coming Seattle's annual PARKing Day which this year is turning a record 50 car parking spots into little public parklets for a day.

It's too early to call the Second Avenue bike lanes a success

KIRO Radio's Jason Rantz says people declaring victory on success of the new bike lanes in downtown Seattle should take a real look at it over the long term.

Driver says Tacoma business owner took road rage to the next level

A man driving to work Monday morning says the owner of a septic company in Tacoma cut him off in traffic and the road rage got real personal.

King County Council considering body camera pilot program for deputies

A King County councilmember wants to see body cameras on King County sheriff's deputies.

Councilwoman Kshama Sawant wants to cut your light bill by making big business pay more

Seattle City Councilwoman Kshama Sawant says it's been business as usual to see annual rate increases from Seattle City Light, but this year she's leading a movement to stand up against it.

Arrests cap $15 minimum wage protests in Bellevue

Working Washington is organizing for fast food protests around the City of Seattle on Wednesday, but many wonder why they're out protesting when they've already won a higher wage in Seattle.

Seattle City Councilman Bruce Harrell wants you to pay for abortions

Seattle City Councilman Bruce Harrell wants you all to pay for women's abortions. He wrote in the Stranger Monday, along with a couple co-authors, that they are proposing a resolution asking Obama and the Congress to overturn all federal bans on public coverage of abortion.

Governor Reichert? Congressman doesn't rule it out

Congressman Dave Reichert is running for reelection in the 8th District, but he said he wouldn't rule out a run for governor in the future.

What a Seattle blogger learned when he took a year off from the digital world

A Seattle blogger, who went Internet silent for a year, is coming back online with a fresh perspective.

Gentrification will come with new business in Pioneer Square

Weyerhaeuser says it's relocating its headquarters to Seattle from its longtime home in the south Seattle suburb of Federal Way. Along with new business, Jason Rantz things this might mean something else for the neighborhood as well.

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