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Stories for Jan. 10, 2013
The rivals for Senate leadership trade zingers -- gingerly. The University of Washington mulls a European-style piazza at its new light rail station. Inslee wants a Boeing settlement.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Rep. Sherry Appleton says any attempt to clarify Stand Your Ground law in Washington would have to begin with broader understanding about the reasons for a change.READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
To end its losing streak, Washington's GOP should adopt the old Ronald Reagan strategy and think young.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
Wednesday was a day of rumors. And hope for Seattle sports fans, because its mayor was in the background while Sacramento's mayor had to take center stage.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS