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Stories for June 2, 2014
Brain training for the young ones.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
A new film places a young Seattle-educated Ecuadorian at the center of a conflict over energy, the environment and people's rights.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The Mayor says his office got short notice about a public report showing steep declines in low-level enforcement. A U.S. Attorney calls the report sub-par.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
A new study shows how cultural and political attitudes are state specific - and shaped by nature.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
With Downtown Seattle's increase in residential population, the area is in serious need for a public school. The vacant Federal Reserve Building represents a hope.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Guest Opinion: The lone private holdout, Regence continues to exclude or limit coverage for key autism therapies. Next month, the state Supreme Court will decide whether to make them.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS