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Report: SPD flouting of mask mandates throughout pandemic ‘indicative of a serious culture issue’

A new report released by the Seattle Office of Inspector General (OIG) revealed wide-ranging issues the city had in getting police officers to comply with...

Seattle schools to relax physical distancing requirements for students, staff

Seattle Public Schools will soon begin relaxing its physical distancing requirements for all facilities and buildings. Washington schools begin shift to mask-optional approach for students...

‘If Starbucks can do it, why not us?’: Lynnwood, Everett Verizon workers join union push

While Starbucks workers across the nation continue to push for unionization, local Verizon employees are taking up a similar effort, after a pair of locations...

State insurance commissioner apologizes following reports of racial slurs

Washington Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler issued an apology on Monday, following a Sunday report from the Seattle Times detailing allegations over his use of racial...

King County health officer provides context behind recent rise in COVID cases

COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations have continued to rise in King County, with Public Health Officer Dr. Jeff Duchin offering some context behind the numbers this...

Shoreline to explore ‘natural evolution’ to single-family zoning

Shoreline will soon become the latest city to explore changes to its housing density, after its city council approved an amendment to look into allowing...

Group behind initiative to repeal capital gains tax clashes with AG over how it would appear on ballot

The group behind an initiative seeking to overturn Washington’s capital gains tax filed a challenge this week over how it would appear on the ballot....

Seattle lays groundwork for ‘shared vision’ of denser housing

Seattle’s Comprehensive Plan operates as a roadmap for how the city plans to expand jobs, housing, and transportation over the next 20-plus years, with updates...

Lawsuit over planned Kirkland hotel shelter is ‘without merit’ says mayor

Kirkland Mayor Penny Sweet responded to a recently-filed lawsuit over a planned permanent supportive housing facility in a vacant La Quinta Inn, detailing her belief...

Income or excise? Figuring out how state Supreme Court might rule on challenge to capital gains tax

Is Washington’s capital gains tax an excise or income tax? That’s the question that could soon be presented to the state Supreme Court, and which...

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