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New Study: Seattle's $15 Minimum Wage Costs JobsSeattle's $15-an-hour minimum wage law has cost the city jobs, according to a study released Monday that contradicted another new study published last week.
Supreme Court Will Hear Travel Ban CaseSupreme Court decided to allow a limited version of President Donald Trump's ban on travel from six mostly Muslim countries take effect and to set the case for argument in the fall.
Unity Celebrated At Annual Seattle Pride ParadeAs temperatures began to rise, hundreds of men, women and children carrying rainbow flags hit the streets in the 43th annual Seattle Pride Parade on Sunday.
Seattle Council To Hold Public Hearing In Fatal ShootingThe Seattle City Council will hold a public hearing Tuesday night on the fatal shooting of a Seattle mother by police.
Video Of Gaming Seattle Officer Discussing Shooting RemovedA Seattle Police Department video in which an officer playing a video game discussed the recent fatal police shooting of a pregnant mother has been removed from social media
Seattle Pride WeekendPride weekend is here, and there is plenty to celebrate about!
Washington Seeks To Overturn Tribe's Fuel Tax Exemption Washington state is asking the nation's highest court to overturn a state Supreme Court decision that exempted the Yakama Nation from paying state taxes on out-of-state fuel delivered to the reservation.
Washington Warns Of Wildfire DangerState officials are warning about increased wildfire danger in all of Eastern Washington through the weekend.
Absent Budget Deal, Washington Prepares For A ShutdownWashington lawmakers are in an increasingly familiar place this year: in a third special session, racing to avoid a partial shutdown of state government because they've spent months unable to reach agreement on a new two-year state budget.
Judge OKs Lawsuit Over Once-Secret Immigrant Vetting ProgramA class-action lawsuit challenging a once-secret government program that delayed immigration and citizenship applications by Muslims can move forward, a federal judge has ruled.
Killing By Seattle Police Raises Questions On Use Of ForceTwo Seattle police officers who shot and killed a pregnant woman inside her apartment had less-lethal options and had been trained to deal with people showing signs of mental illness and other behavior crises.
Seattle Officers In Fatal Shooting Had Crisis TrainingOfficials also say the officers had at least one less-lethal way to handle the woman who they knew had a previous volatile encounter with law enforcement and had been having mental health issues.

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