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Stories for Nov. 20, 2012
Washington state's history of bridge problems underlines a push for answers about the Lake Washington bridge project. Vulcan is a finalist for the Yesler Terrace housing redevelopment project.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
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Marseille is about to stage a singular event, the kind of undertaking that Seattle used to build its brand internationally.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Just as happened across the nation, younger and minority voters who favored Democrats took the trouble to cast their ballots. While Seattle made its voice heard, voting fell in areas that usually help Republicans.READ MORE 41 COMMENTS