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Ferguson, Missouri is half a continent away but the protests strike at issues that have meaning for the holidays. Particularly in Seattle.READ MORE 15 COMMENTS
Bamboo and Chai are leaving the zoo, but scientists are working on plans to "de-extinct" their ancestor, the woolly mammoth, which roamed prehistoric Seattle.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
City residents have good intentions. But regressive taxes could end up harming those who are already struggling.READ MORE 51 COMMENTS
How can we get to 184,000 new units by 2040? Development alone isn't going to cut it.READ MORE 34 COMMENTS
Looking ahead to 2015, there are early signs that the City Council's new district-based elections could pit neighbor against neighbor.READ MORE 32 COMMENTS
It just might be enough to carry local liberals through the long, dark national winter of a GOP-controlled Congress.READ MORE 11 COMMENTS
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Sources say the shell deposit in the tunnel work area appears to be of relatively modern origin, most likely after the arrival of European settlers.READ MORE 11 COMMENTS
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As Seattle Tunnel Partners begins work on a rescue shaft for the tunnel digging machine, they'll be sorting through a potential wealth of refuse.READ MORE 90 COMMENTS
Meet the Key Districts: Seattle has little of the election excitement like a key race in the fight for control of the state Senate.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS