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Election Day preview: Key races to watch for 2022

Whether you are unclear about which elections to follow, feeling behind on your political knowledge, or just looking for a recap of the 2022 midterm...

Debates continue over Indigenous People’s, Columbus Day

It seems October 10th is a day where people debate the merits of Columbus Day, over the actual celebration of the day itself. The century-old...

Seattle schools back in session Wednesday as teachers suspend strike

Seattle Public School (SPS) kids are returning to class Wednesday as teachers suspended their strike after a vote late Tuesday afternoon. “We had some really...

Multiple tribal fishery disasters declared in Washington, West Coast tribes awarded $17 million

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo announced nearly $17.5 million will be used to address fishery disasters that occurred in multiple tribal salmon fisheries on...

Cooler weather and clearer skies on tap for Western WA

A series of wildfires throughout Washington state have caused air quality in the area to suffer, but more favorable weather conditions are ahead, according to...

Former Seahawks icon returns to Seattle: ‘If ever a time for Russell to be rattled, tonight is it’

Russell Wilson – former Seattle Seahawks franchise icon who led the team to two consecutive Super Bowl appearances, winning Super Bowl XLVIII – will stand...

Amid numerous teacher strikes, one Seattle charter reveals how their ship is sailing smoothly

With enrollment dropping and teachers striking across the Puget Sound, some schools are avoiding these problems, including Impact charter school Seattle Salish Sea Elementary. A...

Housing prices drop from spring peak as rental rates continue to skyrocket

Seattle home prices are cooling down, but rental prices are continuing to rise as the region copes with rising mortgage rates and the continued effects...

Tacoma aims to ban camping, storing belongings near temporary shelters

Tacoma City Council will vote on a proposed ordinance prohibiting camping and storing personal belongings on public property around temporary shelters next Tuesday. The ordinance was...

Fire destroys 122-year-old Capitol Hill house set for demolition, redevelopment

Around 1:03 a.m. Seattle Fire Department tweeted that a house was ablaze in Capitol Hill. When crews arrived at 1118 13th Avenue, across the street...

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