Washington

Slog PM: City Council Looks to Save Winter Eviction Ban, Seattle Principal Demoted, and Capitol Hill Just Got More Goth

In the latest COVID-19 related walkout, students from Cleveland protest the district’s firing of their principal, who didn’t stay quiet…

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Unstreamable Is Moving!

Come find us on Scarecrow’s blog. Curate your own film journey! 140,000+ choices await your eyes in-store or by mail!…

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McLean Bible Church to vote on do-over after 2021 election roiled congregation

Executives at McLean Bible Church in Vienna, Virginia, hope a yearlong battle over church elections will begin to resolve Sunday…

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Mayor’s search for permanent Police Chief looms over Seattle amid depleting law enforcement numbers

Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell recently consulted with a hiring firm as the decision to choose the next Chief of Police…

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Sunny skies, warm temperatures forecast for western Washington this weekend

Sunny skies and warm temperatures are forecast for much of western Washington this weekend, with some areas expected to reach…

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From athletes to mathletes: STEM Signing Day shines light on WA scholars

We all know about National Signing Day — when star athletes from local high schools sign to go play football…

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This Week in Worker Conquests: Congrats to Longview Newsguild, U.S. Workers Win in Some Primaries, and Union Drip Is the Spring Look

Get that money, Rapinoe. Steph Chambers / GETTY Now playing on This Week in Worker Conquests: New technology scans our…

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U.S. economy projected to outpace China’s for first time since 1976

U.S. economic growth is on track to outpace China for the first time since 1976 as the Chinese economy sputters…

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Governor Inslee cancels parole determination for triple murderer

Governor Jay Inslee has cancelled the Indeterminate Sentence Review Board’s order that granted parole to Timothy Pauley. Pauley has been…

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Days before Oklahoma bans abortion, details still uncertain

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma is only days away from enacting the toughest U.S. state ban on abortion and providers…

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