All articles tagged "City"
News Jan 24 11:00 AM

Formerly Unhoused, Andrew Ashiofu Wants to Fight for Housing Progress on City Council

Is He a Democrat? A Socialist? "IT'S A NONPARTISAN RACE."

News Jan 24 9:00 AM

With Sawant Out, What’s Next for Seattle’s Left?

One Candidate Proposes a Slate of Seven Socialists

City Jan 19 11:11 AM

End of an Era

Sawant Showed Seattle What Was Possible (Even When No One Listened)

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City Jan 19 11:00 AM

Brandi Kruse Is Now Seattle's Anti-Woke Representative

And to Kruse, Anything That Is Not Conservative Is Plain Woke

News Jan 17 7:59 AM

Andrew Lewis Is Running for Reelection

So Far, He's the Only Incumbent to Ask for a Second Term

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Crime Jan 6 3:17 PM

The Story SPD's Retail Theft Operation Told: Shoplifters Are Poor

Stolen Items Mostly Included Food and Toilet Paper

News Jan 3 3:26 PM

Our Most-Read Stories of 2022

It Was a Year Full of Proud Boys Propaganda, Protestors Fighting Back Against Anti-Trans Bullying, Dead Fish, and Fried Chicken

City Jan 3 10:24 AM

Sodomizing Might Save Seattle

Vancouver Does Not Have to Worry About Empty Offices Because It Has None

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City Dec 30 5:04 PM

Seattle's Ice Storm Crashes Revealed That Cars Are Not About People, They Are About Cars

Why Were People Driving? Is Our Love of Cars So Overwhelming? Or Do Cars Just Make Us Dumb?

Elections 2022 Dec 6 12:57 PM

Ranked-choice Voting Won in Seattle. Now What?

Just Gotta Design a New Ballot That Doesn’t Suck, Make It Idiot-Proof, Update the Tabulation System, Figure Out How to Report the Results, and Make Sure Everyone Knows What the Hell’s Going On

News Dec 2 9:30 AM

Why You Should Care About Seattle’s Comprehensive Plan

You Don't Like Exorbitant Rents, Homelessness, or Sluggish Transit, Do You?

News Nov 22 10:28 AM

Council Rejects Progressive Tax Increase to Fill $140 Million Budget Hole

Shelters, Sidewalks, and Bridge Maintenance Will Have to Wait

News Nov 17 10:54 AM

Seattle’s Unhoused Feel Unheard in the City’s Budget Process

They Demand Safe Lots and an End to Sweeps, but They Don’t Think They’ll Get It

News Nov 14 11:12 AM

Big Business to Play Nice in Seattle’s New Quest for Taxes

Though the Chamber Threw Tantrums for Years, Progressives Are Still Willing to Work With Them

News Nov 7 9:00 AM

Seattle’s Left Pressures Council to Cut Funding for Cops and Sweeps

Recent Protests at City Hall Featured Ghost Cops, Dancing, and Bloody Brooms

News Oct 27 1:13 PM

The Council’s Concern Troll Enters the Chat

Four Fights Sara Nelson Picked During Budget Deliberations