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In the last two months, the area has seen the number of shooting incidents drop from 65 per month to 36.
National online activist group Sleeping Giants takes to the streets for the first time in hopes of getting Amazon’s attention.
Police report that Giovonn Joseph-McDade tried to hit an officer with his car. Two other shooting deaths involving the department are currently under investigation.
“There are still some big unresolved issues. But there are not a lot of those. We are not going to let this slip away.”
Seattle is getting an object lesson in weaponized data.
Legislators approved a bill that would improve sexual assault investigations. Without a budget, it likely won’t become law.
The Sheriff’s Office says it wasn’t trying to mislead.
Threatened with 10 years in prison and $20,000 in fines, Ward was given 30 days community service.
The biology requirement would be suspended, while students who fail English and math exams would be provided a pathway to graduation.
Initial reports said Tommy Le was carrying a knife.
Inslee says shutdown would be historic failure by lawmakers.
Will they solve the puzzle in time?
Use of force reviews remain firmly under SPD control. That’s left families unsatisfied before.
And we must stay vigilant.
The slam-poet-turned-playwright is set on getting queer right, which means letting go.
A complete calendar of this weekend’s LGBTQ events.
The Seattle activist is using a lifetime of experience to fight the forces of intolerance.
The city council candidate came to the political arena only after a lifetime in the church and the dojo.
Under his ownership, Baja Bistro gives the LGBTQ community a place to gather while providing the neighborhood with jobs and goodwill.
If a budget isn’t signed by the end of July 1, state parks will close, critical social services will stop, and thousands of workers will be laid off.