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  • Affordable housing continues to grow in Seattle Local News

    Seattle breaks ground on 102 new affordable housing units for homeless

    Seattle continues to do what it can to fight its homeless crisis, breaking ground on 102 new affordable housing units in the Little Saigon neighborhood. 
  • Gascoigne Lumber Dori Monson

    Local lumber company moving after devastating Queen Anne fire

    Dave Gascoigne speaks about the 4-alarm fire that ripped through his family's longtime business, Gascoigne Lumber Company, and was declared an arson by the Seattle Fire Department.
  • CNN's Jim Acosta and Donald Trump Dave Ross

    Rob McKenna: Does CNN's Jim Acosta have a case against the White House?

    Reporter Jim Acosta controversially had his White House press pass revoked, and now CNN is taking the White House to court. Do Acosta and CNN have a solid case, though?
  • Seattle mayor, Navigation Team, Mayor Murray, sweeps Dori Monson

    Dori: City cutting navigation team proves homelessness is an industry

    Why would the City of Seattle cut the budget and staff of the navigation team, the group that goes out and offers services to the homeless? Because homelessness is a huge industry for the city.
  • safeco, T-Mobile Local News

    Will the Mariners' Safeco Field get the name T-Mobile Stadium?

    The "Safeco Field" name is on its way out. But rumors ran wild Thursday about T-Mobile taking its place, prompting the Mariners to quickly respond.
  • Sound Transit CEO Peter Rogoff Dori Monson

    Legislator calls for Sound Transit to reject pay raise for CEO Peter Rogoff

    A state legislator wants Sound Transit to reject a contract that would give CEO Peter Rogoff $425,00 in salary and benefits and allow him to remain head of the transit agency for a potential six more years.
  • trump, tariffs Local News

    New numbers show big impact of Trump tariffs in Washington

    New numbers show the impact of President Donald Trump’s trade war on Washington state. It was a focus of a recent town hall organized by the Tariffs Hurt the Heartland Campaign in Bonney Lake.
  • pierce county, Tacoma Chokepoints

    4 years of I-5 construction comes to a close in Tacoma, now for the next part

    An overpass project that started more than four years ago will finally come to an end in Tacoma, and drivers will get to use three new bridges. Enjoy while you can -- there's one more project to go and that will last 2.5 years.
  • Alaska Local News

    Alaska Airlines tickets, with $39 special, now on sale for Paine Field flights

    Alaska airlines announced early Thursday morning that tickets are now on sale for flights out of Everett's Paine Field. The first day of scheduled service is February 11, 2019.
  • good fire Dave Ross

    Ross: The difference between good fire and bad fire

    Wildfires have grown worse in recent years. We're now learning that our forest practices have not been aligned with history and that not all fire is bad. There is good fire. Sorry Smokey.
  • 1639, 1639 gun initiative Jason Rantz

    Whidbey student calls for walkouts after passing of 1639 gun initiative

    A 17-year-old Whidbey student says the passing of the 1639 gun initiative infringes on his rights, and is calling for a walkout by other students who oppose it.
  • navigation team Jason Rantz

    Rantz: Sparks fly as Mosqueda slows tent cleanups with huge staff cut to Nav Team

    Seattle's Navigation Team not only organizes cleanups of homeless encampments, they connect people experiencing homelessness with services and housing. So why did this city council member lead an effort to cut the team's funding?
  • Seattle police Dori Monson

    David Boze: Good news that Seattle police contract makes firing cops harder

    Seattle police finally have a new contract. Activists are mad that it will be more difficult to fire police officers, but they aren't stopping to realize just how difficult an officer's job is every single day.
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