Critics from far and near will voice their concerns in Seattle at a Town Hall event on Sunday.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
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The Daily Troll: Microhousing gets a setback. A pitch for housing families. Bill Gates ices himself for Lou Gehrig's disease.
Viaduct: Shutown looms.READ MORE 11 COMMENTS
The Daily Troll: Switcheroo -- no raise for City Light CEO. Phone, 911 troubles hit San Juans again. Petitions oppose $15 law.
Initiative seeks smaller classes. Pot shop set to open, sell out. Gates compares polio, education challenges.READ MORE 9 COMMENTS
The Daily Troll: State computer privacy lapses. Are Democrats stirring for a Senate fight? Farewell to media monitor.
Gates Foundation faces prison protest.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
The leader who changed Africa's history and inspired the world also faced down a world health problem.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Ed Murray rebuffed. Caution: If you see a snowman, run the other way.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
What will be remembered of Seattle when all our craftsman-styles and Apodments have fallen down?READ MORE 10 COMMENTS
The Daily Troll: Monsanto wants to help with GMO debate. Change at the Gates Foundation. Lots more riders for light rail.
Spokane police are really tracking those license plates diligently.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
The Daily Troll: A polling wake-up for McGinn. 787 still under fire. Jewell stays calm with senators.
McGinn's lurking competitor. Boeing's 787 battery melt-down still a mystery. A Bill Gates push on polio elimination.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
America's last press council operates in Seattle. But even the Washington News Council is gasping for money.READ MORE 12 COMMENTS
What we were looking for, and found, in Greg Shaw, the new leader of this plucky enterprise.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
The new visitor center's vivid, heartfelt displays tell the story of the foundation's globe-spanning philanthropic ambitions, and of the enormous work that waits to be done.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Some reflections on Crosscut's evolution.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Seattle's Central Business District(CBD) is increasingly spelled SLU. Here's an account of the remarkable, somewhat accidental rise of a hot commercial and residential zone called South Lake Union.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS