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Suburban brothels and sex work holiday parties: Seattle's sex industry may be the nation's fastest growing, but you won't find it hanging out on Aurora Ave.READ MORE 10 COMMENTS
The Council plans to follow through with two investigations involving Charles Gaither. Meanwhile, he has filed a $1 million claim alleging he was mistreated because of his race.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Just showing up has already improved SPD's standing in once-neglected Southeast Seattle. Staying put would do even more.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
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Now that the confetti has settled, is the city's newest park cum boulevard getting any love from the little people?READ MORE 18 COMMENTS
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Commentary: The real driver of random gun violence? It's not the weapon. And there are ways to address it.READ MORE 35 COMMENTS
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There is a law to protect vulnerable users of the road, like cyclists and pedestrians, but it's virtually unenforced. Here's why.READ MORE 129 COMMENTS
The last confirmation hurdle is the full council vote on June 23.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
In Seattle's South Precinct, gang violence and drive-by shootings live cheek-to-cheek with grit, fierce community and a sense of hope.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
Guest Opinion: We can no longer ignore the role of our media-obsessed culture in shaping the attitudes of vulnerable young men toward crime.READ MORE 11 COMMENTS
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