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Seattle limits short-term rentals to preserve permanent housing

Bill Radke talks with KUOW's Paige Browning about new limits on short term rentals like Airbnb.

At Amazon the job is to eliminate work

We know, you want the jobs. That's why you're offering billions of dollars and other sweet kickbacks to get Amazon to move to your town.

Value Village files federal lawsuit against Washington's AG Bob Ferguson

Kim Malcolm talks with Associated Press reporter Gene Johnson about a federal lawsuit filed by Bellevue-based company TVI Inc. against Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson. TVI Inc. is the parent company of Value Village and other thrift stores.

Value Village files federal lawsuit against Washington's AG Bob Ferguson

Is the King County police inquest process enough?

A newly-formed committee will examine how the King County inquest process reviews officer-involved shooting and fatalities.

'When you're in touch with your cuisine, you touch a deeper part of yourself'

On a quiet side street in Kent sits the Ubuntu Street Cafe. Ubuntu, which means humanity toward others, is the brainchild of Veena Prasad, executive director of Project Feast.

'When you're in touch with your cuisine, you touch a deeper part of yourself'

'I'm not the submissive Asian woman you think I am'

"That's when I remember hearing the word 'Jap' for the first time."

How Chief Seattle mistakenly inspired an environmental movement

"The earth does not belong to us. We belong to the earth." These words are from an 1854 speech that made Chief Seattle famous, inspiring environmental movements in the city that bears his name and beyond. Except, he never really said that.

Trump EPA promises fast action (but no more money) on toxic waste cleanups

Toxic waste cleanups in Renton and Portland are going to get renewed attention from the Environmental Protection Agency, according to an announcement from the EPA.

Trump EPA promises fast action (but no more money) on toxic waste cleanups

Washington lawmaker wants to end state's ban on rent control

Washington cities are prohibited from regulating rent prices, but one lawmaker wants to change that. Democratic state Representative Nicole Macri says she'll propose a bill in 2018 to end the rent control ban.

Why review board found Charleena Lyles shooting justified

An attorney for the family of Charleena Lyles says a police review board's finding that Seattle officers acted within department policy when they shot her last June is inadequate. The board's decision was revealed last month, but a newly released report lays out the thinking behind it.

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