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- What you should know about Seattle's bus measure
- Viral Video: Moving Mazama tells the tale of Tom Kundig's ill-placed home
- Fox's termination of Q13 contract could leave South Sound Seahawksless
- Former Mayor's Office press secretary files discrimination claim against city
- Infographic: Washington's competing gun control initiatives
- Nadella's blunder: Two Seattle City Council women respond
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Young college graduates choosing unlikely cities
According to a report published Monday by City Observatory, a new think tank, young people are choosing to move to the heart of cities like Buffalo and Denver.
Downtown Stanwood: Living in a floodplain
"Located near the mouth of the Stillaguamish River, within reach of severe Skagit River floods, Stanwood’s entire downtown falls within a 100-year floodplain designated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency."
How low will stocks go?
"While the majority of big names on Wall Street still officially see the market ending the year higher, unofficially more and more are wondering if the long-awaited correction is at hand."
Democrats see black vote as their last hope for holding Senate
"The confidential memo from a former pollster for
contained a blunt warning for Democrats. Written this month with an eye toward Election Day, it predicted “crushing Democratic losses across the country” if the party did not do more to get black voters to the polls."
Why DelBene will lead 1st Congressional district
"Now, with voting for the Nov. 4 election under way, DelBene seems on course for an easier-than-expected victory. Celis’ campaign is shy on money, and the Republican Party establishment that urged him into the race has politely retreated and put its financial resources into other contests around the country."
How gun ranges are spreading lead poison
A Seattle Times special investigation: "But a hidden risk lies within almost all of America’s estimated 10,000 gun ranges. When shooters fire guns with lead-based ammunition, they spread lead vapor and dust, insidious toxins."
Ebola Quarantine Nation: 21 days of fear & self-loathing
"As the Ebola scare spreads from Texas to Ohio and beyond, the number of people who have locked themselves away — some under government orders, others voluntarily — has grown well beyond those who lived with and cared for Mr. Duncan before his death on Oct. 8."
Your second job as a Facebook volunteer
Writes Gideon Rosenblatt, "We don’t get paid for these hours, so really it’s more of a volunteer gig. Except that, in this case, we’re not really doing it for a charitable, nonprofit organization, but for an entity whose net profits were $1.5 billion last year and whose revenues are now growing at around 55% a year."
Cliff Mass: Why tomatoes are still ripening in the PNW
"Something amazing has been going on this fall, and for some reason the Ebola-crazed media hasn't picked up on it. But that is why we have blogs. Gardeners know something weird is happening. Vegetable plants are not dying. Tomatoes are still ripening."
Jets make Percy Harvin trade official
"The New York Jets announced Saturday they have acquired wide receiver Percy Harvin from the Seattle Seahawks for a conditional draft pick."
Scarecrow Video's grand re-opening as non-profit is today
Seattle's well-loved independent video shop is reopening today as a membership-based non-profit film education center.
When Siri is your son's best friend
"For children like Gus who love to chatter but don’t quite understand the rules of the game, Siri is a nonjudgmental friend and teacher."
All Dallas' Ebola mistakes
A timeline of the many missteps the city made surrounding the first cases of Ebola diagnosed in the United States.
The gender pay gap at tech companies
Geekwire looked into pay gap statistics at Microsoft, Facebook and other tech companies after new numbers were released by employment review site Glassdoor.
Chinese people care more about environment than Americans
A study by the Pew Research Institute found that climate change was more pressing to Chinese people than Americans.
Airbus to cut cost of A330
Airbus will make its A330 cheaper. Could that spur Boeing to do the same with its 777?
Navy flights meet resistance from Forks
The Navy and the Forest Service figured it wouldn't be a problem to test the Growler plane over Olympic National Forest, but the residents of Forks think differently.
Sixteen dead after grate gives way at K-pop concert
A concert by K-pop band, 4Minute, in South Korea ended in tragedy with 16 dead and 11 injured after a grate collapses.
Report: Percy Harvin traded to Jets
Jay Glazer of Fox Sports has tweeted that Seahawks' wide receiver Percy Harvin has been traded to the New York Jets.
Beavers enlisted to restore Yakima river
Beavers are being trapped and relocated to the headwaters of the Yakima river in an effort to restore its waters.
Hurricane Gonzalo closing in on Bermuda
Category 4 storm Hurricane Gonzalo is expected to hit Bermuda with winds upwards of 125 MPH.
Actress Misty Upham found dead in Seattle suburb
Misty Upham, an actress best known for her roles in 'August: Osage County' and 'Frozen River,' disappeared nearly two weeks ago.
Obama appoints Ebola leader
Ron Klain, former chief of staff to Joe Biden and Al Gore, has been appointed by President Obama to lead the efforts to control Ebola.
U.S. To Recognize Same-Sex Marriages In 7 States
The federal government will recognize same-sex marriages in seven more states and extend federal benefits to those couples, the Justice Department said Friday.
President may appoint Ebola boss, won't rule out Africa travel restrictions
Concerns grow as CDC says nurse may have been sick when traveling last week, too.
Olympia closes 'loophole' and will require Prov hospital to pay B&O tax
The city action follows similar moves in Tacoma and Bellingham. Providence St. Peter pleaded against the $375,000 change.
Some firms have little-known Seattle roots
Some of them may surprise you.
Recreational marijuana shops are banned in more than 40 cities
And 80 more have moratoriums working to stop future businesses from setting up shop.
Can you correctly identify the Northwest accent?
According to scientists we do have an accent, but our native ears have trouble picking up on it.
King County's 'Ebola ambulance'
"The ambulance will not be sent on standard 911 calls. It will only transport Ebola patients and would get a thorough scrubbing afterward."
Pronto! funding: Alaska Airlines, state cover much of the initial cost
Discounts? They may be hard to access.
Hawks soar in as 6th most popular sports team in America.
Up from number 12, the Seahawks now rank behind the Broncos, NY Giants, Green Bay Packers, Cowboys, and the Steelers.
SPD cracks down on sex buyers, with 105 arrests in 3 months
Buyer beware: The goal of this program is to decrease local demand for prostitution by 20 per cent in two years
The Secretary of State is reminding you to give wisely
Reminding us that while most charities are trustworthy, some are not...
Judge to starchitect Tom Kundig: Move your Methow cabin
An Okanagon Superior Court judge is making renowned Seattle architect Tom Kundig move the controversial cabin he and partners built on a ridge above the Methow Valley.
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