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- As Capitol Hill deweirds, LGBTQ hate crime takes off
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- The Daily Troll: Getting closer to working on Bertha. Dissident police raise new complaints. 'Tony Soprano' return?
- The Daily Troll: UW Bothell a good deal. Weyerhaeuser moving north on I-5. State making Viaduct progress.
- A promising moment for Seattle pedestrians
- In South Seattle, a DIY small business crime deterrent
- Memo to Steve Ballmer: Lakeside School is not the Clippers
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The city and King County are looking at changes in how much of the operations Metro Transit must pay.READ MORE 44 COMMENTS
We already have a bumper crop of state and local entries for the biggest doozies of 2014.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
The Daily Troll: SPU hero has his say. Ballerina takes next leap. Lawmakers' food freebies may be put on diet.
Home-care workers to ride for $15.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
The Daily Troll: Obama honors Bonney Lake native. A surprising Amazon patent. Murray offers Metro plan.
Sudden sinking feeling at Sea-Tac. Seeing red on Seattle streets.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
Guest Opinion: As we look for solutions to transit and road needs, it's important to understand that Metro Transit is making progress on financial and management issues.READ MORE 28 COMMENTS
There are lessons from the results that led to Proposition 1's failure that could help shape the next steps in financing bus service for Seattle and King County.READ MORE 54 COMMENTS
The Daily Troll: Ed Murray runs to catch the bus. Richard Sherman's $57 million deal. Attorney guilty in sex attacks.
Severed foot: latest of the mystery finds.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
In Snohomish County, a slowdown on moves to reduce landslide dangers. GiveBIG progress.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
The Daily Troll: Police chief names leak out. One recipe for police reform. Seattle transit plan filed.
Amazon to deliver more than groceries. Water and State Archives: a bad combination.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Commuter suburbs convincingly reject transit measure, even in areas where Sound Transit had done respectably in 2008.READ MORE 21 COMMENTS
King County gets ready for bus service cuts as voters appear to turn down Prop. 1's transit and road improvements by a 10 percentage-point margin.READ MORE 51 COMMENTS
Guest Opinion: Voting yes on Proposition 1 will keep the region moving forward.READ MORE 14 COMMENTS
The outcome of countywide voting could have big effects in a dense, busy neighborhood.READ MORE 15 COMMENTS
Commentary: King County Metro wants more taxes to maintain existing bus service. What it really needs is better management and more oversight.READ MORE 52 COMMENTS
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- The Daily Troll: Prepare to be surprised on 520 bridge. Bell Street: Call that a 'park'? Frye Museum as launching pad.
- Ramps to Nowhere: Now we're getting Somewhere
- Senate goes to brink over Bertha, 520 bridge project overruns
- New ordinance protects Seattle whistleblowers
- The Daily Troll: That whole ferry breakdown problem. Seattle's bike supremacy. V-O-T-E.
- Harry Hoffman, 61, a man of passions for urban farming, housing assistance and soccer
- Serving ferry riders takes priority over minor cosmetic work
- Paging Jay Inslee: What's with the rusting ferries?
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- The Daily Troll: Minimum wage opponents talk to council. Interim boss for ferries. Taxing an unfriendly newspaper.
- SeaTac $15 wage win tempered by recount, legal hurdles
- The next Seattle mayor needs to be a puzzlemaster
- Port of Seattle: The gang that can't shoot straight
- Jet noise jeopardy: Seattle’s skies will soon get quieter — except on Beacon Hill
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- The Daily Troll: A GOP-enhanced Seattle? Steinbrueck for mayor? And sympathy for zoo's elephants
- New city transportation head: Can he match the city's goals with its resources?
- Baby Bertha? Another tunnel-boring machine will soon start digging Seattle
- 2013's #8 Most-Read: How city wastes light rail in SE Seattle
- Daily Troll: Murray axing McGinn directors. Sound Transit in fast lane. Microsoft's Cybercrime irony.
- The Daily Troll: Boeing keeps pols on their toes. Del Bene to NSA: Back off. Sound Transit wants your ideas.
- Seattle politics: The making of a fed-up voter
- Bertha: Wasting money while the Viaduct risks grow?
- Bertha at rest: How much will the delays cost?
- Bertha's fix-it team hits its own delay
- A beauty contest of political blunders
- Bertha repair plan surfaces. Questions about cause of damage and cost disputes linger.
- The Daily Troll: Boeing union leaders survive. Big Coal makes enviro hire. Bertha shaft work poised to begin.