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Tom and Curley

  • Starbucks

    Starbucks cafes now exceed McDonald’s, but are there too many?

    Starbucks now has more locations than McDonald's at approximately 14,300, and is raising prices on drip coffee.
  • #MeToo

    Councilmember drafting new sexual harassment policy in wake of #MeToo

    The #MeToo movement is inspiring King County Councilmember Jeanne Kohl-Welles to create new sexual harassment policies for King County employees.
  • getaround

    Getaround and Turo let drivers rent parked cars

    Apps like Getaround and Turo let drivers rent their cars to strangers in the same way that Airbnb operates.
  • Kirkland, gondola

    Tram could finally give Kirkland more of an identity

    There's an idea floating around that would get people to and from Kirkland's transit center and the future Sound Transit bus line without having to build new roads and bridges.
  • parking, signs, Seattle

    New app GarageHop hopes to end eternal hunt for parking

    The new app GarageHop connects drivers with Seattle parking spaces at garages in apartment buildings. But how exactly does this work?
  • vulnerable lands

    King County wants to spend more money saving trees, land

    Dow Constantine is currently proposing legislation to protect King County’s most vulnerable lands, including forests, farmlands, and shorelines.
  • SDOT

    Is SDOT intentionally deceiving the city council with inflated numbers?

    A pattern of SDOT budget miscalculations has KIRO Radio's John Curley questioning if such patterns are intentional, or many simple mistakes.
  • local seattle, washington transplants

    How long do you need to live here before feeling like a local?

    How long do you need to live here before feeling like a local? It's the decades-old debate between locals and Washington transplants.
  • seattle liveaboard

    Is being a Seattle liveaboard a viable alternative to steep housing costs?

    In the wake of rising housing costs, becoming a Seattle liveaboard may be less of dream, and more of a viable financial option. The waiting list is long, though.
  • panhandling

    Could minimum wage draw people away from panhandling?

    Lakewood is starting a campaign to discourage panhandling. But could a couple of Curley's experiences provide insight into another solution?
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