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Meet the Swing Districts

A handful of voters in a handful of districts may decide the future of our state. Who are they and how will they vote? Starting with the 35th in timber country, it's time to get to know the districts.

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The latest from news outlets and blogs around the Northwest and beyond, chosen by Crosscut editors.

"Seahawks marvel over Marysville-Pilchuck football team’s visit"

In the wake of tragedy, Seahawks Doug Baldwin, Jermaine Kearse, Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas, Bobby Wagner and coach Pete Carroll spent their day off this week with the Marysville-Pilchuck football team.


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NEWS TRIBUNE (TACOMA)

Ties that bind millennials and their parents

Research says there's no need to panic when your post-grad children move back home. 

KUOW-FM

Bellevue: America's second best city to live in

A good education system and low unemployment rates make Bellevue the best city to live in the United States after Newton, Massachusetts.

KING-TV

Excessive parenting is becoming a worldwide phenomenon

Kids don't need that much attention. And parents will find ways to make mistakes, no matter how much new baby-brain science they study.

NEW YORK TIMES

Why I got out of New York City

"Today, investment bankers, corporate lawyers and Russian oligarchs set the tone in a city that’s less about culture than the consumption of high-end goods."

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Seattle #1 for TV viewers cutting the cord to cable and satellite

Seattle is the top dog in the new Nielsen Study ranking America's largest cities cutting their cable cords.  

KING-TV

What happens to your bike after it’s stolen

Over 1,000 bikes were stolen in the city of Seattle last year alone. What does a stolen bikes afterlife entail? 

SEATTLE METROPOLITAN

Less sex in Britain: Why?

Economic difficulties could be taking their toll. Then again, a new survey shows that more people are checking their electronic devices for work, even in bed.

THE GUARDIAN (UK)

Uhh, Doctor, about your complaint that patients are always late ...

A doctor says late-arriving patients are the "bane" of his existence. Let's look at the numbers.

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