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  • KeyArena renovation NHL Seattle Dori Monson

    Dori: Is anyone surprised Seattle Center Coliseum is over budget?

    The Seattle Center Coliseum, like so many projects around here, will be late and over budget -- and it's in no small part due to nostalgia.
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    Seattle dislikes biking in the rain, but shuns bikeshares in the snow

    If Seattle residents don't like biking in the rain, then they really don't like the snow. That's one takeaway from a recent bikeshare report on snowy February 2019.
  • forest bathing, Sound Transit, treesisters Dori Monson

    TreeSisters plan vigil for 5,300 trees being felled by Sound Transit

    A local environmentalist with TreeSisters plans to hold a vigil for trees being felled by Sound Transit -- and teaches Dori how to communicate with trees.
  • Death penalty, washington, lethal injection, capital punishment Local News

    Washington likely won't abolish the death penalty this year

    The bill to abolish Washington state's death penalty failed to meet a deadline in the House Wednesday, meaning it likely won't move forward this year.
  • Pierce County Local News

    Video shows violent gas station robbery in Pierce County

    Pierce County Sheriff's detectives have released security video from a Midland gas station showing a robbery suspect and are asking for public help identifying the gunman.
  • Key Arena demolition and renovation Local News

    Report: KeyArena delays reopening, needs millions more

    KeyArena's grand reopening has been delayed yet again, threatening the start of the Seattle Storm's 2021 basketball season, and potentially costing taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars.
  • facial recognition security camera Local News

    Controversial data privacy bill dies in Olympia

    A controversial bill related to data privacy and facial recognition technology failed to make a key deadline in the Washington State Legislature Wednesday, and at least for now, is dead.
  • library, Seattle library Local News

    Seattle city council votes to add $5.8 million to library levy

    A $213 million library levy that -- among other measures -- would eliminate overdue library fines, was amended by Seattle City Council Wednesday to include an additional $5.8 million.
  • Health care Dave Ross

    Ross: Doctor fights against hospitals operating more like casinos

    Johns Hopkins oncologist Marty Makary is going to bat against predatory billing practices in hospitals across the country, and even has the president paying attention.
  • tacoma, teachers union Dori Monson

    Dori: Teachers union's greed causing massive deficits, layoffs across state

    Thanks to all of those illegal strikes by the teachers union, school districts across the state are having to cut librarians, teachers, and administrators.
  • hydrogen Saul Spady

    Can hydrogen fuel the future of energy, trucking in Washington?

    There is an effort to make hydrogen energy the fuel of the future, especially for the trucking industry. Former Washington State Representative Chad Magendanz explains the ups and downs of the technology.
  • Prison three-strikes law Local News

    Non-violent robbery no longer subject to three strikes law

    The Washington State Legislature has passed a bill to remove the crime of second-degree robbery from the list of crimes subject to the three strikes law, which comes with an automatic life sentence.
  • patrol, unsecured load Chokepoints

    Washington state troopers are targeting unsecured loads

    Troopers with Washington State Patrol are conducting a 28-day emphasis patrol right now, targeting vehicles with unsecured loads. It's a significant problem, easily remedied, that drivers often ignore.
  • jay inslee, childcare, Teresa Mosqueda Dori Monson

    Dori: Teresa Mosqueda wants us, the taxpayers, to fund her childcare

    Councilmember Teresa Mosqueda is pregnant -- and guess who she wants to cover the cost of her childcare? The taxpayers, of course!
  • district 7, seattle Local News

    Nine candidates speak out at District 7 forum in Seattle

    A total of nine candidates will attend a council candidate forum for Seattle's District 7 on April 17. The field includes a few notable names from activists to former SPD officers.
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