How do you turn Everett's Paine Field into a commercial airport without making the area a lot more noisier and without a lot more traffic congestion?
My commentary on requiring background checks for those who buy guns from private parties prompted a strong response.
Chris Hansen obviously has no respect for the plodding, lumbering, time consuming, energy draining tradition of how things are done.
A lot of political attention and conversation has been given over to what's termed 'the gun show loophole,' which really comes down to the private sale of guns.
If criminal charges should be brought against the teacher, let the justice system sort it out. But the fact is, with what is known, the teacher should have his gassy butt kicked to the curb.
As chief executive of the port, Mr. Yoshitani pulls in about $367,000 a year. Apparently unable to subsist on that taxpayer-provided salary, Mr. Yoshitani has taken a second job that pays him another $230,000 a year.
The unscripted Clint was supposed to speak for five minutes. He prattled on for about 12. It was embarrassing. And sad.
This week's national GOP get-together is touted as Mitt Romney's big kick off into the fall campaign. Factions within the party may dilute that anticipated celebratory boost.
Whether it's Turbo Tax or H&R Block, the issue of income tax returns is all of a sudden front and center in our state's gubernatorial race.
Up on Seattle’s First Hill, Yesler Terrace has provided low-income homes to families for almost three-quarters of a century. But with plans to sell off part of the property to a private developer, the fate of those families is stirring concern.
The King County bookmobile is parked and the wheels on the newly classified bus are not going round and round.
Online poker remains illegal now, but it's not government's job to morally protect us from ourselves.
Some quick takes on a few of the issues that are percolating in the public consciousness at the moment.
He claims he was elected to root out corruption. And now Cy Sun is reaching out to the governor to help squelch what he calls a mutinous civic rebellion.
I never fully accepted the U.S. Department of Justice findings from its investigation of the Seattle Police Department.