Seattle officials have been relatively quiet about a $200 million tax to fund the waterfront park and improvements along downtown's Pike-Pine corridor. But that will change when tunnel-boring machine Bertha gets back on track. FULL ARTICLE
Push to use social services is being embraced by the White House and law enforcement across the country FULL ARTICLE
Residential property values rise for third straight year between 2014 and 2015; assessor sees continuing recovery from recession. FULL ARTICLE
Technically, smoking pot while driving a car has been legal in Washington for more than two years. That will change this fall when a new state law banning open containers of pot in vehicles goes into effect. FULL ARTICLE
A state committee that oversees Washington’s prepaid college tuition plan is considering refunding some, or even all, of the money parents and relatives poured into the plan in recent years. FULL ARTICLE
California's vast network of reservoirs, canals and rivers is among the world's most engineered water systems, but it is tough to prove when water is illegally siphoned because of sparse metering, infrequent reporting and a complex web of tens of thousands of water rights. FULL ARTICLE
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