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- I'm a recovering Mars Hill true believer
- Dazed and confused in Seattle's medical marijuana business
- Microsoft and the Smartphone Problem
- Bellevue abandons affordable housing in shiny Spring District
- A big hole in NW diversity
- Seattle may need to pick up more costs on South Lake Union streetcar
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- Why Seattle's future and its parks are better with yes on Prop 1 (54)
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- Inside Mars Hill's massive meltdown (36)
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- A big hole in NW diversity (18)
- Why to vote no on Prop 1's metropolitan parks district (22)
- Bellevue abandons affordable housing in shiny Spring District (18)
- The Daily Troll: Leavenworth fire danger balloons. Microsoft's big goodbye. Legislature's (un)popularity. (12)
- Facelift for 2nd Avenue's bike death trap (18)
- How useful is Bell Street Park, actually? (18)
Nicholas Kristof: 5 things to know about inequality
One of the points: Progressives talk too little about opportunity.
Arizona execution gone wrong
An inmate gasped and snorted, dying over an hour later after given a lethal injection that was supposed to kill him quickly.
Former Tacoma teacher pleads guilty to rape
Former Tacoma high school teacher admits she had sex with two students and talked to other students about sex.
Kent woman charged with helping al-Qaida group
A Kent woman along with four other people have been charged with funneling money to an al-Qaida-linked group in Somalia.
Teen pilot seeking around-the-world record killed in ocean crash
A teen pilot seeking an around-the-world record was killed after his plane crashed into the ocean. Crews are searching Wednesday for his father who was also on board.
Blacks disproportionately fined for public pot use in Seattle
Seattle police officers wrote 82 tickets for public pot use in Seattle within the first half of the year, with 37 percent of those tickets written to black people.
Businesses battle to dominate breakfast
Breakfast in America is changing — people are consuming less cereal, eating out more and growing more health-conscious. How are fast-food businesses like Dunkin' Donuts responding to the trends to come out on top? Taco Bell thinks their new waffle taco is the answer.
In California, nonprofits bridge tech gap
Nonprofit organizations like Hack the Hood are helping women and people of color develop crucial skills to be successful in the tech industry, whether that entails coding or marketing.
Battle of the brands: which company will dominate streaming music?
Music is an internet-dominated industry — more than 70 percent of music over the last six months was consumed via the web — but streaming music has yet to be dominated by one company. Which will hit the top of the charts?
Man charged with breaking into home to take a bath
A man was charged for breaking into a Lakewood home to take a bath.
Letting drivers cut in actually eases traffic congestion
According to Washington State Department of Transportation, letting a driver cut in front of you actually eases traffic flow.
Obama declares wildfire emergency in Washington
President Obama declared an emergency in Washington on Wednesday due to the widlfires.
George Harrison Memorial Tree killed by actual beetles
A tree planted in honor of George Harrison was killed by a beetle infestation.
Texas dog found in Tacoma, returned after 7 years
An East Texas dog ran away seven years ago and was found in Tacoma thanks to a microchip implanted in the dog.
California firm issues nationwide fruit recall
A Central California company voluntarily issues a nationwide recall on specific lots of peaches, plums, nectarines and pluots over fear of possible listeria contamination.
Plane crashes in Taiwan, 51 dead
A plane crashes in Taiwan due to bad weather, killing 51 people.
Last body found after Oso landslide
Searchers discovered what they think is the last missing body from the Oso landslide.
How Microsoft’s job cuts impact contractors
Microsoft’s massive layoffs don’t just affect formal employees. Geekwire takes a look at potential cutbacks on contract workers.
Courts issue conflicting rulings on Obamacare
Hours after a court in Washington D.C. ruled that the government could not subsidize insurance for people in states using the federal health exchange, another court in Richmond issued a conflicting decision. If both rulings are upheld, it’s likely that the Supreme Court will be in for another major battle over Obamacare.
How the U.S. fueled the refugee border crisis
The current wave of minors across the border isn’t simply a result of current policies; the crisis is instead rooted in a history of U.S. interventionism.;
Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited is actually…limited
Amazon’s new Kindle Unlimited is missing titles from five of the biggest book publishers, amid disputes over e-book prices.
Feds say Washington must send failing school letters
The U.S. Department of Education denied Washington’s request to circumvent aspects of No Child Left Behind on Monday. Now thousands of parents across the state will be getting letters from their child’s school districts notifying them that their schools are failing to pass certain aspects of the law.
Health exchange glitch impacts 6,000 in Washington
Six thousand consumers in Washington state are struggling to access health insurance coverage because of computer glitches.
Wildfire update: Biggest blaze ever. Still burning.
The Carlton complex fire is the biggest in the state's history. Crews are settling in for the long haul.
Federal court deals big blow to Obamacare
A federal appeals court in Washington, D.C. ruled that tax subsidies central to the Affordable Care Act may not be provided in at least half the states.
Train carrying crash victims leaves rebel territory
After a 17-hour journey, a train carrying the bodies of Malaysia Airlines victims arrived Tuesday morning in the Ukrainian city of Kharkiv, the first leg of a journey home.
How to avoid the I-90 blues
Prominent Eastsiders and transportation wizards weigh in about avoiding traffic-induced mania during this week's I-90 closure.
Mark Driscoll: Mars Hill problems have been "overwhelming and a bit confusing"
"Saying he wanted to give the church an update on 'one of the deepest learning seasons' of his life, Mark Driscoll delivered a 30 minute video message via the Mars Hill weekly update yesterday."
Better weather conditions help fight wildfires
Cooler weather and less wind has helped firefighters take on the Carlton Complex of fires in north-central Washington.
Man dies trying to save home in Washington fire
A man in Okanogan County died from a heart attack while trying to fight a fire near his home.
Obama gives protection to gay and transgender workers
President Obama gave protection to gay and transgender workers in the federal government on Monday.
Seattle police investigate double homicide
Seattle police have arrested a man in association with a double homicide, after two bodies were found on Saturday near the Duwamish River.
Man shot dead, 4 officers injured in Kent
A man was shot dead by Kent Police on Sunday afternoon in a shootout. One shot fired at a propane tank causing it to explode and injuring four or five officers.
David Boardman: It's time for newspapers to give up on the print daily
Why a weekly edition is more in line with reality, revenues and real reading habits.
Restoring power in Okanogan County could take weeks
"Leaders of the Okanogan County Public Utility District said power in the area could take several weeks to be restored due to the damage from the Carlton Complex Fire. Officials said the cities of Pateros, Carlton, Twisp and Winthrop are all without power."
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