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  1. With light rail coming in 2021, U District is planning for more people moving around the neighborhoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Seattle Times

    Even before the light-rail station opened at Husky Stadium in 2016 , Cory Crocker worried about the distance passengers would have to walk between the bus stops and the trains. Bus riders get off on Northeast Pacific Street and then cross busy Montlake Boulevard or take a four-minute walk on a pedestrian overpass before descending 90 feet to the station platform.

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  2. I-1634 campaign, with millions from soda industry, aims to block local sweet-beverage taxesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | Seattle Times

    Several big soda companies are spending millions of dollars to support Initiative 1634, which would prohibit any future local tax on any food or beverage or ingredient intended for human consumption. The I-1634 campaign is blanketing the airwaves with advertisements that raise the specter of looming local grocery taxes, while making little or no mention of the sweetened beverages produced by the companies funding the campaign.

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  3. Reality that NHL will soon be in Seattle only awakens dream that NBA could followRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 2 | Seattle Times

    Seattle Hockey Partners David Bonderman, left, and Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan talk to the media as they leave a meeting at National Hockey League headquarters, Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018, in New York. Members of Seattle's potential ownership group and Mayor Durkan presented their case to the Board of Governors' executive committee at the league office.

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  4. O'Dea falls in line to continue mastery against Seattle PrepRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 28 | Seattle Times

    If O'Dea spent any time Friday night thinking about next week's matchup against top-ranked Eastside Catholic , the Fighting Irish didn't show it. Instead it was business as usual for No.

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  5. Shake Shack Seattle opening date announced - get ready to line upRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 27 | Seattle Times

    The Seattle location of hit burger chain Shake Shack is shaping up, and now fans finally can plan to line up: The opening is officially set for 11 a.m. on Saturday, October 6. To say anticipation is high would be an understatement; the debut was originally planned for late spring, and a Shake Shake pop-up in June at Seattle's very upscale Canlis was bonkers. The South Lake Union Shake Shack - located at 2115 Westlake Avenue, three blocks south of Denny - will feature a patio and an installation by local artist , along with several more pointedly Seattle-only specials.

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  6. 100 Seattle students protest teacher displacement at City HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 25 | Seattle Times

    To protest the displacement of teachers around Seattle Public Schools, about 100 students walked out of classes Tuesday at The Nova Project, an alternative Central District high school, to occupy City Hall. Once inside, the students scattered across the lobby, some forming a loose circle on the floor, others sitting on the staircase.

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  7. What's in Seattle's $130 million proposal to increase transportation funding?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 24 | Seattle Times

    Seattle would boost its spending on streets, sidewalks and buses by nearly $130 million next year under Mayor Jenny Durkan's new proposed budget . That's more than a 25 percent increase over this year as the city rebuilds its aging roadways and tries to manage increasing traffic congestion.

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  8. With $1.8 million monthly power bill, UW is asked to make Seattle buildings greenerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 22 | Seattle Times

    From any angle, the solar panels on the University of Washington's new Life Sciences Building are hiding in plain sight. They're contained in the glass "fins," or projections, that run vertically up the southwest side of the new biology building.

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  9. Neighborhood concerns and increased patrols follow string of Central District shootingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | Seattle Times

    After a series of shootings in the Central District, Seattle police have stepped up patrols in the area, but the department would not say how many active investigations involving gun violence in the neighborhood are ongoing. Since the beginning of August, Seattle police have investigated at least half a dozen shootings or reports of shots fired in the Central District and nearby Capitol Hill, according to information posted on the department's online blotter and incidents confirmed by a police spokesman.

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  10. Police still searching for suspects in Lynnwood, Skyway and Seattle shootingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | Seattle Times

    Police in Lynnwood have released new details about two overnight shootings but have not yet identified or arrested any suspects in either incident, according to the Lynnwood Police Department. Police do not believe the two shootings were connected, the department said in an emailed statement.

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  11. Seattle's annual free medical clinic a lifeline for underinsured residentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | Seattle Times

    Some Puget Sound residents spent the night at Seattle Center's Fisher Pavilion to beat the crowds Thursday for free medical care at a makeshift clinic. The clinic, set up inside Key Arena, started admitting patients at 6:30 a.m. Forty-five minutes later, it had already issued hundreds of admission tickets.

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  12. King County sheriff's officials defend arrest in a light-rail train that was captured on videoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 20 | Seattle Times

    The King County Sheriff's Office is defending its arrest of a man they described as disruptive at the Capitol Hill light-rail station Tuesday night, after a rider-tweeted video attracted 18,000 views and some comments accused police of escalating the incident. The 57-second clip shows the tail end of the confrontation, when the young man was being pinned down on the floor of a train by a sheriff's deputy and three of Sound Transit's contracted security workers.

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  13. 10 plays to see this fallRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | Seattle Times

    From Tony Award-winning musicals and acclaimed plays to a one-man show, here are the theater productions to put on your calendar this fall. Intiman closes out its season with Karen ZacarA as' 2016 play about two couples living in houses next to each other, whose lawns become a proxy war for their differing identities: Republican vs. Democrat, white vs. Latinx, pesticides vs. no pesticides.

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  14. Big stars and local acts: Here's who to laugh at in Seattle this fallRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | Seattle Times

    There's a certain amount of pressure that comes with sharing a name with your comedy-superstar dad. But as the Wayans of a younger generation, Damon stands on his own.

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  15. From Polaroids to kid-friendly art, Seattle's fall art shows have something for everyoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 19 | Seattle Times

    This ongoing exhibit at the Museum of Pop Culture will be here long after fall is gone. But will your strange and sudden penchant for horror movies? Skip the haunted house and head to MoPOP's themed galleries, packed with props from blockbuster horror films like "A Nightmare on Elm Street" and "Friday the 13th."

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  16. Bronze leaves on Seattle sidewalks serve as headstones for deceased homeless peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2018 | Seattle Times

    The leaves are paid for by donations, engraved with names and dates, and usually placed on sidewalks in Seattle near where their namesakes lived. Last spring, Sabrina Tate's parents made one of the hardest journeys of their lives, driving from Spokane to Seattle to see the RV lot where their youngest daughter had lived and suddenly died of complications related to her drug use.

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  17. Seattle man charged in series of attacks on young women in the University DistrictRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2018 | Seattle Times

    Over four weeks this summer, Seattle police say a 21-year-old Seattle man attacked five young women within a 9-block radius of his University District apartment, forcing two of them to walk into Ravenna Park where he had a mattress secreted in the woods. Arrested Aug. 28, Sean Reilly posted a $500,000 bond three days later but was taken back into custody on Sept.

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  18. Huskies bracing for a hostile welcome in Pac-12 opener at UtahRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 9, 2018 | Seattle Times

    Huskies linebacker Ben Burr-Kirven tackles Fighting Hawks wide receiver Travis Toivonen in the first quarter as the University of Washington Huskies take on the North Dakota Fighting Hawks for their home opener at Husky Stadium in Seattle Saturday September 8, 2018. There was an uneasy feeling around Husky Stadium on Saturday afternoon as the Huskies clung to a 17-3 third-quarter lead against their lower-division visitors from North Dakota.

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  19. After wildfires, Washington's outdoors industry braces for smoky summers aheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 3, 2018 | Seattle Times

    With recent wildfire smoke causing locals to stay indoors and tourists to cancel plans, Washington state's outdoors industry is grappling with financial losses, and facing with uncertainty what may become the new normal for Washington summers. Campbell's Resort on Lake Chelan reported several cancellations and webcam footage showed nearly empty beaches Argosy Cruises temporarily suspended operations for a day and several kayak-rental businesses closed, and Seattle Parks and Recreation's concierge program canceled several park activities.

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  20. Why are the police not enforcing the laws against camping in Seattle's parks and streets?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 3, 2018 | Seattle Times

    Pat Simon has been hearing one thing a lot recently: When it comes to homeless camps in Seattle - where more people now live outside than New York City - police officers say their hands are tied. The Seattle Times' Project Homeless is funded by BECU, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Campion Foundation, the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation, Raikes Foundation, Schultz Family Foundation, Seattle Foundation, Seattle Mariners, and Starbucks.

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