The City of Seattle, which has already spent some $35 million on bicycle lanes over the past several years, is now beginning to install what are called bike tracks.
Now we have Claudia Balducci, who heads up the detention system, deciding that poor Christopher Monfort is lonely and needs some type of interaction with other people.
Frank Blethen, publisher of the Seattle Times, thought it would be a good idea for the newspaper to pay for some political advertisements.
Cameron Williams, President of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union, says he doesn't like the way things have been done to bring basketball back to the region.
For area school districts planning to participate in "Mix It Up at Lunch Day" later this month there is no dilemma and there should be no retreat.
Some quick takes on a trio of issues that shouldn't pass without some additional attention and comment. Let's begin with TSA.
When is a lie not a lie? When it's part of a political campaign, of course.
Mayor Mike McGinn got a letter from a tourist complaining about aggressive panhandling in the fair City of Seattle.
We're less than a month out from the general election. We'll vote for a president, a senator and a brand new governor. We'll also select a whole host of people who want to serve in the state legislature. And then there are the issues we have to decide on.
Lynnwood has a decades-old ban against all forms of gambling, and Mayor Don Gough thought more time was needed to decide if kids being awarded prize tickets for playing something like Skee ball would be the downfall of civilization.
By limiting or handcuffing how Pam Roach goes about serving as a state senator, the real impact will be felt by those she is supposed to represent.
With King County Metro eliminating its ride-free downtown Seattle bus service this weekend, untold thousands of people are left wondering how they will keep medical appointments, get to a place where they can do laundry or just run general errands.
After fining Seahawk wide receiver Golden Tate $21,000 for his block on a Dallas linebacker last Sunday, I think there are some new rules that the NFL should consider.
Yeah, Monday night's football game is difficult for Packer fans to accept. But in the end, all the whining just makes them look like Seahawk fans looked in 2006 - bad losers.
Seahawks home opener. Sold out game. 12th Man raring to go. Too bad Bellevue police didn't get the memo on how to behave.