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Former Microsoft colleague challenges DelBene

Republican Pedro Celis is the frontrunner to challenge Democratic Rep. Suzan DelBene for the 1st District congressional seat this fall.

Washington state Senate candidate wants amnesty for past marijuana offenders

A candidate running for Washington state Senate says if elected, she wants to propose an amnesty bill for past weed offenders.

Peter Holmes must be disciplined and city must be honest

I'm calling on the City to admit what Holmes did was a violation and discipline him or just don't hold the other city employees to the rules.

Man shot by deputy at SoDo light rail station was killed, but not murdered

Friends and family of Oscar Perez Giron, the 23-year-old shot and killed by a King County Sheriff's Deputy at a SoDo light rail station last week, protested Sunday at the site where he was killed.

Jason Rantz: Seattle City Council gun violence study reeks of political agenda

The Seattle City Council just spent over $150,000 of your dollars on a study to look at gun violence in King County.

Opponents deliver referendum signatures to put Seattle's $15 minimum wage on ballot

Supporters of a referendum to put Seattle's $15 minimum wage to a public vote have turned in what they are confident will be enough signatures to qualify the measure for the November ballot.

Seattle bar owner speaks out amidst minimum wage boycott

The Liberty Bar in Seattle faced protesters on Tuesday for their support of a group trying to file a referendum to send the minimum wage issue to voters.

Whale watch operators defend practices after NOAA study reveals impact of vessels

Whale watch operators are defending their practices following the release of a study by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that looked at vessel impact on whales.

Ross Fletcher on your Sounders playing in the World Cup

Ross Fletcher, the voice of the Seattle Sounders FC, joins the show to reflect on Thursday's USA-Germany loss, what to expect from the American team going forward, and how the Sounders are contributing to the team's success.

Seattle City Light CEO Jorge Carrasco responds to media storm

A few weeks ago, many didn't know the name Jorge Carrasco. But after the Seattle City Council voted to approve a pay raise for the Seattle City Light CEO, who was already the city's highest paid employee, Carrasco became subject of back-to-back-to-back reports that weren't necessarily flattering.

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