Wells Fargo Offers To End Seattle's Contract NowWells Fargo has offered the city of Seattle the chance to break its contract now, after the city council voted to cut ties with the banking giant over its role as a lender to the Dakota Access pipeline project as well as other business practices.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf to Resign Amid ScandalEarlier this week, Seattle ended business with Wells Fargo in letter citing their irresponsible business practices.
Seattle Ends Doing Business With Wells FargoSeattle wouldn't work with Wells Fargo as a bond lender for City Light because of its irresponsible banking practices, according to a letter sent to the bank from city officials.
Obama Seeks $2 Billion In Private Dollars For Clean EnergyPresident Barack Obama is setting a goal of raising $2 billion from the private sector for investments in clean energy.
Man Arrested 4 Minutes After Spokane Bank RobberyA Spokane police officer was working an extra-duty security detail when he noticed that a man walking past him had cash falling out of his pockets. Connecting the dots with a recent bank robbery call he'd heard over the police radio, Officer Shane Phillips detained the man and called for backup.
Immigration Campaign Focuses On Portland, PrisonsImmigrant rights activists in Oregon are asking the city of Portland to stop buying bonds from Wells Fargo, which has a mutual fund with shares in a private prison company that operates immigration detention centers.
Seattle Fireworks Show Back On AgainCorporate sponsors have revived plans for a big Fourth of July fireworks show in Seattle that will be produced this year and into the future by Seafair as part of the city's annual summer celebration.
Wells Fargo to Pay $175M in Lending Settlement
Seattle Officials Warn of Traffic Delays Tuesday Local officials are warning of traffic disruptions and a possibility of violence as several May Day rallies and marches are set to converge in downtown Seattle Tuesday.