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Eating on the Edge: Lynnwood's Tsing Tao serves black noodles, a dish so popular in Korea that it's featured in cartoons, movies, and a Korean version of Valentine's Day.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals suspends its controversial ruling that felons should be able to vote, while Washington state prepares to appeal. The central legal issue: Are minorities unfairly targeted?READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
The city says it is responding to the widespread misuse of parking placards, some of which get stolen. So, it wants to limit the time people can stay in handicapped parking spaces around medical centers and downtown. But what happens to those who need an all-day spot for, say, a lengthy medical treatment?READ MORE 18 COMMENTS
There's a long history behind the complaint that Seattle is always ready to delay anybody else's safety project but wants help right now for its own worries. A new mayor puts himself in the eye of a building storm of bad feelings.READ MORE 15 COMMENTS