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Online schools help struggling students in post-pandemic world

As Washington students continue returning to their classrooms for the new school year, some experts warn not all kids will thrive in an in-person environment....

Seattle mayor inks trio of bills to increase number of minority-owned pot shops

In an effort to address equity in the cannabis industry, Mayor Bruce Harrell signed three bills into law today to help foster a more diverse...

Retrial of accused Lakewood Four getaway driver set to begin

It was one of the most shocking crimes in Puget Sound history – four police officers sitting down in a coffee shop ahead of their...

Republicans eye weak legislative districts as Democrats batten down against Red Wave

All 98 Washington state House seats are up in the air this election cycle along with 25 of 49 seats in the Washington state Senate....

Times’ lawsuit reveals answers to Durkan’s missing texts, leads to reforms

The City of Seattle has agreed to pay $200,000 and a series of reforms to settle a Public Records Act lawsuit filed by the Seattle...

Mayor Harrell unveils sweeping volunteer initiative as part of One Seattle vision

Whew newly-elected Mayor Bruce Harrell delivered his first State of the City address back in February, he shared his vision of One Seattle – essentially...

Pot shops call for more collaboration, police, and new banking rules as violent robberies soar

The statistics are sobering, with at least 70 violent pot shop robberies in the Puget Sound region since the start of the year. Many believe...

WA jumps appeals court, asks state Supreme Court to take on legal battle over capital gains

There was never any doubt a recent Douglas County Superior Court Judge’s ruling that shot down the state’s new capital gains tax would be appealed...

Remembering the Oso landslide, eight years later

Families, friends, first responders, county officials and others will gather Tuesday, March 22, in the small town of Oso, Washington, nestled between the towns of...

As legislative session nears close, Gov. Inslee applauds victories on transportation, homelessness

Governor Jay Inslee is praising state lawmakers as the Washington State Legislature is poised to approve a historic two-year, supplemental $64.1 billion spending plan that...

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