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Stories for Nov. 13, 2012
Bipartisanship rears its head in the Senate Democratic caucus, but Ed Murray is picked as leader as results flip to Republican Don Benton in a key race. Also, Mount Rainier rescue progress and sports controversies.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
This year's Major League Soccer playoffs were supposed to favor the Sounders, seeded above the L.A. Galaxy. What happened?READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
The Eastside's only rail line is in the midst of a five-way tug-of-war: Kirkland, Redmond, the Port of Seattle, Sound Transit, King County. Can so many owners ever amount to a whole, functioning transit line?READ MORE 18 COMMENTS
Neighborhoods pump as much life, if not more, into Seattle than downtown. But they need nurturing and protection.READ MORE 17 COMMENTS