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2014/08/27 23:57
2014/08/27 23:57
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Student test results: Treading water More than 90 percent of state high school seniors passed all of their required assessment tests for graduation. State Schools Superintendent Randy Dorn pointed to...
2014/08/27 23:57
2014/08/27 23:57
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2014/08/25 23:12
2014/08/25 23:12
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After Seattle successfully raised its minimum wage to $15 an hour, Philadelphia is making efforts to follow suit. In June, the Seattle City Council unanimously passed a resolution to raise its...
2014/08/22 23:32
2014/08/22 23:32
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Zoo officials had to euthanize he only African Elephant at Woodland Park Zoo Friday morning. Zookeepers arrived to find 45-year-old Watoto lying down in the elephant yard and unable to get...
2014/08/22 20:17
2014/08/22 20:17
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The International Franchise Association (IFA) is convinced that Seattle has a hidden agenda behind what it calls discrimination against franchisees. And it says the blame rests with one labor...
2014/08/22 07:57
2014/08/22 07:57
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Published: Friday, August 22, 2014, 12:01 a.m. Front Porch: Detour coming up on Highway 530 Contractor crews will once again detour traffic to the Seattle City Light access road around the clock 9...
2014/08/21 22:20
2014/08/21 22:20
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... walk it off' with Seattle City officialsCity invites neighbors to participate in sixth ‘Find It, Fix It’ Community Walk Seattle Mayor Ed Murray’s ‘Find It, Fix It’ Community Walk, focused on...
2014/08/21 07:21
2014/08/21 07:21
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Mayor Ed Murray has opposed a proposal to raise rents paid by some Seattle Housing Authority (SHA) and Section 8 tenants. Last month Murray sent a three-page letter to SHA Executive Director Andrew...
2014/08/20 19:46
2014/08/20 19:46
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Taxi drivers protest Uber and Lyft in Washington.Photo: Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images This week, Uber announced that it has hired David Plouffe, Obama’s former campaign manager, as its senior...
2014/08/20 12:57
2014/08/20 12:57
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The polite fiction that there's nothing controversial about the fuel mix of the Emerald City's public utility, Seattle City Light, is getting a new poke in the eye. Watchdog groups, anxious to revisit...
2014/08/20 01:47
2014/08/20 01:47
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SEATTLE — The micro-housing debate in Seattle is growing, with a new focus in the Eastlake neighborhood. At Lake Union Mail, manager Jules James, condemns the tiny units. “It’s not housing, it’s...
2014/08/19 21:16
2014/08/19 21:16
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Lockhaven tenant fights back against ‘illegal eviction’ and ‘retaliation’ The Lockhaven issue continues to spill like a cup of dark-roast Starbucks coffee across the news-desk of the Ballard...
2014/08/19 14:28
2014/08/19 14:28
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Garbage truck plows into utility pole, knocks out power to 300 SEATTLE - About 300 customers lost power Tuesday morning after a garbage truck plowed into a utility pole in Seattle's SoDo...
2014/08/17 01:32
2014/08/17 01:32
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The second day of the first Seattle Hempfest where buying and selling marijuana is legal is attracting quite a crowd from near and far. More than 250,000 people are expected to join the party in...
2014/08/16 13:05
2014/08/16 13:05
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Photo by Mark Taylor-Canfield Glass marijuana pipes on display at Seattle Hempfest Seattle's Hempfest event claims to be the largest pro cannabis festival in the world. This year, event organizers...
2014/08/15 00:28
2014/08/15 00:28
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VANCOUVER, Wash. - An increasing number of people are ditching driving in favor of sharing rides. But a debate is brewing over "Uber X,” a nation-wide car-for-hire company now rolling out in Oregon...
2014/08/14 23:57
2014/08/14 23:57
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Rain and relief in Central Washington To the relief of firefighters in north central Washington, “heavy” rain fell on Thursday morning, helping to dampen wildfires that have been raging out of...
2014/08/14 22:28
2014/08/14 22:28
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Seems the promised foot and bike patrols are not being developed as promised by mayor Murray for this area. Now Murray has promised to take officers from other precincts and place them in the Rainier...
2014/08/14 08:21
2014/08/14 08:21
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Some 28,000 people have four or more parking tickets in Seattle, totaling $21 million owed to the city. After four tickets are issued to the same vehicle, city parking enforcement officials send a...
2014/08/14 08:21
2014/08/14 08:21
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Low-income people may now have an easier time participating in a commission that oversees police department reforms. The Seattle City Council approved an ordinance Aug. 5 that allows members of the...
2014/08/14 08:21
2014/08/14 08:21
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Low-income residents of Squire Park Plaza, an affordable housing project up for sale, got a reprieve, of sorts. The nonprofit Capitol Hill Housing (CHH) will buy the building, located at 17th Avenue...
2014/08/27 23:57
2014/08/27 23:57
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