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Stories for Nov. 26, 2012
A conservative legal group has won a NOAA review of the killer whales' status under the Endangered Species Act. A lawsuit demands release of a supposedly shocking Seattle police video and a new study.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
The Internet is a powerful tool for pumping your personal brand. But will we lose ourselves amid all the chatter?READ MORE 10 COMMENTS
Last week's meeting of the state education task force opened the door to real discussion about how to adequately fund Washington schools.READ MORE 23 COMMENTS
A new book by Michael Luis takes a deep look into Seattle's potential to maintain its role as a global city.READ MORE 18 COMMENTS