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Stories for Jan. 28, 2013
Seattle and King County liked the results of their gun buyback. More tax breaks sought for high-tech firms. A Stranger writer tells of standing next to the victim of a shooting Sunday night.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
A new Eastside TRailway Alliance wants to keep the Eastside rail corridor. Kirkland wants to tear it up. Round One at Chateau Ste. Michelle was informational - and courteous.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
As the Northern Gateway scheme to ship Alberta's tar-sand oil to Asia grows shaky, the battle shifts to another pipeline plan that would send it out past Washington's fragile waters.READ MORE 11 COMMENTS
The Vancouver Symphony plays in Seattle, including a stunning performance. Why have the cities so diverged in their development of the arts?READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Across the aisle or into the trenches? In second week of actual work, tone of state lawmaking session looks set to hardenREAD MORE 1 COMMENTS