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Safe drug use sites likely coming to King County

Worried about rising deaths of opioid drug overdoses, King County Council members appear to be moving toward approval of a program for two safe-injection sites.…

Why Seattleites marched for science

On a drizzly Saturday in Seattle, thousands of scientists, supporters and enthusiasts gathered at Cal Anderson Park and marched to the Seattle Center on the 47th Earth…

Lawyers to city: Hands off vehicles used as homes

In a case that could provide new legal protections for people living in vehicles, a Seattle man is challenging the city’s decision to impound the…

Brady Walkinshaw leaves politics for … journalism?

Brady Piñero Walkinshaw, who lost to Pramila Jayapal in last year's race to represent Washington’s 7th Congressional District, says he’s done with politics and is tackling a…

Timber! ‘Silent Giant’ tree likely to come down

The “Silent Giant” might be silenced once and for all. On Jan. 25, a Seattle hearing examiner ruled against the group of neighbors known as…

Octopus sex act is cancelled, again

The Seattle Aquarium’s octopuses aren’t getting lucky this Valentine’s Day. For the second year in a row, the annual octopus mating event, or “blind date,”…

We speak for the tree: A neighborhood conservation story

Amid all the changes in Seattle, one group of West Seattleites is determined to save a small green patch that characterizes their neighborhood. They call…