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Stories for Jan. 23, 2014
Athletes have a need to brag about themselves. We just rarely get such a direct exposure, especially in football.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Gun control measure qualifies for public vote. Alaska Airlines makes big money.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The upstart crow founder and director lends her talents to Seattle Shakespeare in a riveting and relevant “Richard II.”READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
As King County gears up for its 2014 "Count Us In" day, Crosscut launches Phase 2 of Kids@Risk coverage: homeless youth.READ MORE 6 COMMENTS
Democrats want to accelerate additions to school support while Republicans raise the possibility of making no budget changes this year.READ MORE 36 COMMENTS
Cheap natural gas is driving down the amount of revenue the utility collects from wholesale electricity sales. Customers in Seattle could end up paying the difference.READ MORE 28 COMMENTS
Plus, SIFF's Women in Cinema fest and tree-themed strolls through the Arboretum - all for $15 or less.READ MORE COMMENT NOW