NASA scientist: Signs of alien life aren't far off
Jason Rantz | April 08, 2015 4:32 pmOne of NASA's top scientists says signs of life in space aren't far off.
Anti-car bias, safety perceptions making Seattle even more anti-family
Jason Rantz | April 08, 2015 10:58 amKing County Metro finally changed a long-hated rule that made it very difficult and inconvenient for families to use the bus. But Seattle remains a long way from becoming truly family-friendly.
Phoenix Jones: Seattle politics bad for good guys
Kipp Robertson | April 07, 2015 2:05 pmThe self-proclaimed superhero said the Seattle Police Department does a good job of responding to crime and taking reports, but is not enthusiastic.
You won't believe why Everett may ban booze
Jason Rantz | April 06, 2015 11:08 pmEverett is considering limiting how and where people can buy alcohol and consume it in the downtown area. Rantz breaks down the data behind the push and uncovers the real reason the city is considering the change.
Watch out, Tacoma: 'Radical' minimum wage push comes your way
Jason Rantz | April 06, 2015 12:41 pm
The $15 an hour movement has spread to Tacoma and things are getting pretty heated according to the Tacoma News Tribune. In fact, activists are trying to get a minimum wage hike passed and in effect for January 2016 - leaving one local businesswoman to call it "radical."
Tom Douglas was right before he was wrong
April 03, 2015 12:56 pmPeople who were poor before, find themselves struggling to get by - poverty has not been eradicated. Yet Tom Douglas is getting panned for something we all knew would happen. Why are activists so upset?
Parents, state go head-to-head on teacher evaluations
Jason Rantz | April 01, 2015 3:31 pmWashington is the only state in the union that doesn't receive federal funding from the No Child Left Behind Act.
Despite Seattle's push, residential tent cities a dangerous plan
Jason Rantz | April 01, 2015 6:17 amMost of the people who aren't homeless and who push for tent cities in neighborhoods haven't actually lived next to a homeless camp. I have so I have a unique perspective.
Ivar's president is confident early $15 minimum wage rollout will work
Stephanie Klein | March 30, 2015 5:33 pmDespite the skeptics, Ivar's president said his employees are thrilled to make $15 an hour before the city of Seattle's minimum wage deadline for big businesses.
Powdered alcohol the latest thing lawmakers want to protect you from
Jason Rantz | March 30, 2015 5:30 pmLegislators in Olympia are already considering a ban on powdered alcohol.