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2014/12/22 09:57
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Editor's Note: As the year ends, we are counting down Crosscut's most read stories of 2014. The following article, No. 8 most read, was originally published on Aug. 5. CenturyLink announced earlier...
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2014/12/19 21:16
2014/12/19 21:16
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Mayor endorses additional responses to homelessness crisis As the number of people without access to emergency shelters grows, and as tents continue to pop up on public right-of-way and vacant lots...
2014/12/19 08:56
2014/12/19 08:56
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Publicly owned bank could be useful, if done right Published: Friday, December 19, 2014, 12:01 a.m. Is a publicly owned bank a good idea for Seattle, or for any community in our state? It could be,...
2014/12/18 03:32
2014/12/18 03:32
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When Washington Transportation Secretary Lynn Peterson told the Seattle City Council Monday that, in spite of a machine breakdown, the tunnel project was 70 percent complete, what did she mean? On...
2014/12/18 00:16
2014/12/18 00:16
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WHPA to hire SPD security patrols starting Jan. 1 In response to rising crime rates in North Seattle, Whittier Heights Involved Neighbors met last week to discuss the details of forming their very...
2014/12/17 02:28
2014/12/17 02:28
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Sheriff honored as ‘Champion for Washington’s Children’ King County Sheriff John Urquhart recently received the Fight Crime: Invest in Kids “Champion for Washington’s Children” Award for his work on...
2014/12/16 23:21
2014/12/16 23:21
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Police Chief Kathleen O'Toole is leading the Seattle Police Department toward compliance with federally mandated reforms to address excessive use of force and biased policing, the federal monitor...
2014/12/16 01:57
2014/12/16 01:57
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A view of the Alaskan Way Viaduct from ground level. (Photo: KCPQ-TV) SEATTLE – The boring machine, being used to dig the viaduct replacement tunnel, is about a year behind schedule. But the...
2014/12/16 01:57
2014/12/16 01:57
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Perhaps the biggest problem with the Alaskan Way Viaduct Replacement Program is that the problems are not clear. Amid issues of contractual obligations, a faulty water main, building pressure on the...
2014/12/15 23:57
2014/12/15 23:57
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The Viaduct Report Uncertainty is afoot in Pioneer Square, where the viaduct has sunk about an inch and a half, possibly as a result of groundwater pumping (part of repairs to the stalled deep bore...
2014/12/15 21:29
2014/12/15 21:29
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The Seattle City Council expects to learn more Monday about the extent of problems from the attempt to repair the machine that broke down while boring a highway tunnel under the city. State...
2014/12/15 13:57
2014/12/15 13:57
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Seattle is the fastest growing city in America with over 1,000 new residents joining us each month. These days, the city skyline is defined as much by construction cranes as it is by the Space Needle....
2014/12/13 14:05
2014/12/13 14:05
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... Plan for Posterity: the Presidential Election of 2016 Here is a plan for posterity: Bernie Sanders for President, and Dennis Kucinich for Vice-President, or Dennis Kucinich for President...
2014/12/13 00:32
2014/12/13 00:32
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The stormy weather blew out of Washington on Friday morning but left behind the risk of landslides and tens of thousands of residents without power. The effects of a wet week lingered, with the...
2014/12/12 20:29
2014/12/12 20:29
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Inspectors and surveyors are visiting sites in Seattle's historic Pioneer Square this week to determine if groundwater drilling for a highway replacement project has caused new ground sinking in the...
2014/12/12 15:57
2014/12/12 15:57
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SEATTLE — A storm packing strong winds knocked out power to more than 150,000 customers in Western Washington. Though the weather has subsided, the National Weather Service says landslide risk...
2014/12/12 06:30
2014/12/12 06:30
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Over 100,000 in the dark as 50-60 mph winds slam region SEATTLE -- Mother Nature has saved her best (punch) for last. While two storms this week have brought copious amounts of rain, some strong...
2014/12/12 04:44
2014/12/12 04:44
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SEATTLE — The Seattle City Council is exploring the possibility of creating a public bank. It would be a controversial and somewhat revolutionary step, but Councilmember Nick Licata says a public...
2014/12/11 08:21
2014/12/11 08:21
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Officer-worn body cameras received a nod of approval from two powerful figures in recent weeks, just in time for the Seattle Police Department (SPD) to start a pilot project to use 12 body cameras on...
2014/12/11 07:21
2014/12/11 07:21
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On a cold December afternoon, Seattle City Councilmember Tom Rasmussen met Pioneer Square residents and Seattle University (SU) staff members and students for an eye-opening tour of Seattle’s historic...
2014/12/22 09:57
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