Feature

The 15 People Who Should Really Run Seattle

Meet the new faces of Seattle leadership.

01/05/2015 By Josh Feit With Casey Jaywork and Bernard Ellouk

This Washington

Sen. Kohl-Welles Wants to Lift Cap on Pot Stores, Merge Medical Marijuana into I-502 System

Seattle State Sen. Jeane Kohl-Welles cues up omnibus pot bill

12/11/2014 By Casey Jaywork

City

A Second Night of Protests in Seattle

Peaceful marchers hit streets for second night to protest the decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson.

11/26/2014 By Casey Jaywork

City

Ferguson Protests Hit Seattle

Hundreds march in mostly peaceful protests against the grand jury decision in Ferguson.

11/25/2014 By Casey Jaywork

Explainer

Washington's GET Program

After a rocky couple years GET, Washington’s tuition investment program, is back in the black. And with enrollment starting November 1, here’s what you need to know before you buy in.

11/01/2014 By Casey Jaywork

Crime

This Is What Happens to Your Bike After It’s Stolen

Last year 1,121 bicycles in Seattle were reported stolen. That’s roughly three purloined bikes a day. But the moment a ride is pinched is only the beginning.

10/01/2014 By Casey Jaywork

Feature

Crime in Seattle, By the Numbers

10/01/2014 Research by Ezra Parter and Casey Jaywork

city

Isn’t It Weird That…The Seattle Times’ Danny Westneat Doubled Down on Wish-Based Bus Funding?

Seattle Times columnist Danny Westneat's magical thinking on Metro funding.

09/23/2014 By Casey Jaywork

Election 2014

Democratic Districts Take Up Divisive Preschool Measures

Last night, the 43rd District Democrats endorsed the city's plan, while the 11th voted to stay neutral.

09/17/2014 By Casey Jaywork

City

Progressives Fight Nice in Pre-K Competition

The run-off between establishment and labor pre-K ballot measures has union leaders walking a fine line.

09/16/2014 By Casey Jaywork

City

Union Preschool Measure Will Cost $3 Million...or $100 Million

It's not clear whether Prop 1A creates mandates for city funding, so it's impossible to say how much it would cost.

09/12/2014 By Casey Jaywork

Article

"Hypocrisy" and "Offensive Beliefs": Charges Fly in 1st District Race

The race for northwest Washington's congressional seat gets messy.

09/09/2014 By Casey Jaywork

PubliPola

PubliPola: Preschool Competition

Are you for Prop. 1 A or Prop. 1 B?

09/05/2014 By Casey Jaywork

Article

Pedro Celis Campaign Releases Policy Positions

The Republican candidate proposes the same "innovative solutions" as the rest of his party.

09/05/2014 By Casey Jaywork

This Washington

One Question for Pedro Celis' (New!) Campaign Team

Is the new Celis team a sign that the GOP candidate is catering to the Tea Party?

09/04/2014 By Casey Jaywork

City

Afternoon Jolt: Two Students Survey Garfield on Rape

Students' survey finds unnervingly high approval ratings for rape among peers.

08/21/2014 By Casey Jaywork

City Hall

City Council Calls on FDA to Lift Gay Blood Donor Ban

For three decades, gay and bisexual men have been banned from donating blood. The City Council says it's time to change that.

08/06/2014 By Casey Jaywork

City

Swedish Expansion Faces Neighborhood Opposition

Residents say they're worried a tower in Squire Park will drown out sunlight and attract traffic.

08/04/2014 By Casey Jaywork

This Washington

Isn't It Weird ... Who Supposedly Supports the Cherry Point Coal Terminal?

Something weird we noticed about the response to yesterday's PSRC report on the Cherry Point coal terminal.

07/25/2014 By Casey Jaywork

This Washington

New Report: Coal Trains' Economic Impact a Mixed Blessing

A new report commissioned by the PSRC says proponents of the Pacific Gateway Terminal may be overhyping its benefits.

07/24/2014 By Casey Jaywork