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Stories for Feb. 19, 2013
The Daily Troll: Inslee switches transportation leaders. Judge rejects Mastro ring appeal. Roach wants biblical law.
The new governor reaches out to Oregon for a transportation secretary. Judge to Medina woman: You flee, you lose the rings. Hand-sanitizer suspected in fire.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
See the mayor deliver his 2013 State of the City speech.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Guest Opinion: Goodbye, parking lot. Hello, organics, more stalls, a spectacular tie to the waterfront and views that will make San Francisco jealous again.READ MORE 10 COMMENTS
A new bill would prevent the boss from getting access to your social media passwords.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
An import graduate school is moving in to fill the technical and engineering jobs Washington's graduate programs can't.READ MORE 12 COMMENTS
House and senate bills seek to wrest control of vessel design from Washington State Ferries and put it in legislative hands.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Crosscut's Design Review Board unveils new signage for Sound Transit's LINK light rail trains from SeaTac.READ MORE 18 COMMENTS