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Rideshare rules on hold in Seattle

A referendum petition drive has stopped the city's new rules for going into effect. Will it now enforce existing laws?

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Jim Pugel leaves Seattle Police Department

The former interim chief is taking retirement although his farewell message didn't indicate whether he might still pursue the top job on a permanent basis.

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Saved by the snow: City Light may not impose surcharges

The utility said the added water supply for hydro facilities means it probably won't have to raise electric rates this year.

SEATTLE TIMES

2 firefighters investigated in Pioneer Square beating

A homeless man was allegedly assaulted in the Saturday incident at the Seattle Fallen Firefighters Memorial in Occidental Park. 

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Sawant wants $15 wage phase-in for small businesses

Human service organizations also would be covered under the proposal she will give to a mayoral task force. 

SEATTLE TIMES

New plan for waterfront features swimming barge, wading pool, open space

Landscape architect James Corner will unveil the design on Wednesday night.

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