The bow-tie wearer among the candidates talks about big changes for police, transportation and parking.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
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- The Daily Troll: Seattle groups protest. WSU warning about mumps. Kyle Seager to stay.
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- The Daily Troll: Sound Transit ballot measure coming in 2016. Public utility workers in deep doo-doo. Amazon Travel? (61)
- The Rainier Ave. Problem (34)
- Eastside drivers likely to see I-405 express-lane tolls in a year (18)
- Will Seattle tax itself into trouble? (47)
- Holidays: A season for grown-ups (6)
- Tax reform? There's a DIY movement for that (29)
- State's marijuana income expected to get much higher (8)
- Will Capitol Hill's new arts district really do anything? (9)
- Too few bathroom breaks drove bus drivers to adult diapers (10)
- Legislators hear about the scale of the school-funding challenge (5)
The Daily Troll: Seattle traffic better (a little). A little mercy on toll bridge fines. Who will get blamed for M's woes?
Prosecutors are seeking an immediate change to the new marijuana law.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
The Daily Troll: Dear Armed Leader is looking at us. Boeing hopeful. Online option for youth in crisis.
Missile defense will be upped on West Coast. Mercer Islanders have chance to vent about tolls.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
This whole tolling thing is pretty new to Washington. The state DOT is looking for a "Tolling Auditor" who can show us how to it right.READ MORE 18 COMMENTS
Billions of dollars in new public projects will be coming online in the next four years. The mayor will have to orchestrate it all.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
Once a strong Republican enclave, the Eastside is undergoing a shift from Red to Blue. But it's also incubating a new, centrist shade featuring pragmatic and aggressive political centrism that opens opportunity for Democrats, the GOP and independents.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS
Peter Steinbrueck has something different in mind for redeveloping Seattle's central waterfront. Could his Sea Center idea for the ferry terminal float?READ MORE 15 COMMENTS
From 520's pontoon problems to the Boeing 787 debacle, standards seem to be slipping in an age when the Chinese economy is dominating. But a call should be made to return to high quality, long lasting products.READ MORE 19 COMMENTS
Winners and losers: Commies with errant missles, hookers getting close to the White House, fears of a nuclear test. And all of it while Seattle celebrates a 50-year-old event. Is this the Mad Men, Part Deux?READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Perhaps looking out for themselves and their own future, the Mariners send a strongly worded letter to city and county leaders telling them to go somewhere else with the new arena.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Winners and Losers: The Supreme Court's activists (the conservatives) strutted their stuff in questioning the Affordable Care Act, sending their supporters into victory lap mode. Back here, Rob McKenna is probably fine either way.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
Women serving in public office in Washington have been as "consistent as rain," from the first female governor, elbow-throwing Dixy Lee Ray, to current legislators such as the irascible Democratic state Sen. Mary Margaret Haugen, who panders to nobody.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Amazing resilience may not be the only thing Gingrich and the eponymous amphibians have in common. Just ask Bob Dole and Phil Gramm.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Former Mayor Greg Nickels remembers a predecessor about whom he knew little initially.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
The affluent Seattle neighborhood is embroiled in a controversy over whether to remove a chain-link barrier on the lake shore in a public park.READ MORE 17 COMMENTS
- The Daily Troll: Murray looks at housing affordability. Ferry system: A job for Jay Inslee? More money for state parks?
- The Daily Troll: That whole ferry breakdown problem. Seattle's bike supremacy. V-O-T-E.
- Harry Hoffman, 61, a man of passions for urban farming, housing assistance and soccer
- Serving ferry riders takes priority over minor cosmetic work
- Paging Jay Inslee: What's with the rusting ferries?
- The Daily Troll: Calls for help on shootings. Local food: the app. Seeking the middle way? Don't look in Olympia.
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- What does Prop. 1's approval mean for your bus route?
- Seattle voters trade higher taxes for better bus service
- Transportation Prop 1 will let Seattle add bus service for first time since '07
- City transportation vote: The way to be cautious is to say 'no'
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- SeaTac $15 wage win tempered by recount, legal hurdles
- The next Seattle mayor needs to be a puzzlemaster
- Port of Seattle: The gang that can't shoot straight
- Jet noise jeopardy: Seattle’s skies will soon get quieter — except on Beacon Hill
- From the airport to Seattle: It doesn't look like you can get there from here
- The Daily Troll: A GOP-enhanced Seattle? Steinbrueck for mayor? And sympathy for zoo's elephants
- New city transportation head: Can he match the city's goals with its resources?
- Baby Bertha? Another tunnel-boring machine will soon start digging Seattle
- 2013's #8 Most-Read: How city wastes light rail in SE Seattle
- Daily Troll: Murray axing McGinn directors. Sound Transit in fast lane. Microsoft's Cybercrime irony.
- The Daily Troll: Boeing keeps pols on their toes. Del Bene to NSA: Back off. Sound Transit wants your ideas.
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