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Snohomish County Councilmember pushes back against hotels for homeless residents

If you live in Snohomish County, it’s certainly possible that you’re going to have hotels open up as homeless shelters in your neighborhood. It looks...

Mukilteo rejects high-density housing as Puget Sound region’s population booms

While Seattle grapples with its changing urban identity and motions toward upzoning to accommodate its explosive population growth, one quiet suburb to its north wants...

Pierce County Sheriff Troyer says he knew charges were ‘coming since day one’

The Attorney General’s Office in Washington has filed two misdemeanor charges against Pierce County Sheriff Ed Troyer over an encounter with a newspaper driver last...

Seattle mayor, police chief submit final pleas to unvaccinated SPD officers

With the Seattle Police Officers Guild and the city failing to come to an agreement over a now-implemented COVID vaccine mandate, Mayor Jenny Durkan and...

Former Bothell mayor cautions ‘defund the police’ is on November ballot

With four City of Bothell Council positions up for grabs this November, citizens of Seattle’s sister city to the north are aware that the defund...

State lawmaker calls for halt on new long-term care tax, claims ‘it’s not set up to work’

Gov. Jay Inslee’s newest payroll tax, signed into law April, will take effect in January 2022. State lawmakers are fighting back against it, claiming that...

Donald Trump tells Rantz he’s ‘very proud’ of role in fast-tracking COVID vaccine

In an appearance on KTTH’s Jason Rantz show, Former President Donald Trump reflected on his tenure in the office, and from that perspective addressed a...

Chris Christie: Republican redistricting group aims to have ‘fair and constitutional maps’

Some big names of the conservative movement are trying to bring attention to what’s at stake through redistricting. That includes former Secretary of State Mike...

‘Votes couldn’t be more important this year,’ says Secretary of State

If you want to win elections, you at least first have to make sure that you’re registered. National Voter Registration Day was Tuesday, Sept. 28,...

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