Lisa Etter-Carlson, center, is co-founder of Aurora Commons, a neighborhood support group. She consoles Rebecca Brice, who was forced to move from her residence at the Everspring Inn on Friday afternoon. Sometime later, Etter-Carlson told Brice she had found her another place to live.  (Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times)
Lisa Etter-Carlson, center, is co-founder of Aurora Commons, a neighborhood support group. She consoles Rebecca Brice, who was forced to move from her residence at the Everspring Inn on Friday afternoon. (Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times)
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Mass mid-pandemic eviction creates chaos at a Seattle motel that’s a refuge for homeless populations

Vacate notices at Seattle's Everspring Inn, a longtime refuge for homeless people, have sparked chaos as residents and non-profits scramble to find housing.

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Amazon downplays latest relocation rumors, but experts say COVID makes Seattle even less attractive

Amazon- Doppler is reflected in Amazon – Day 1 as the spheres are off to the right. The Spheres, a greenhouse work space for Amazon employees and available for public tours. 

The campus around Amazon is less crowded after employees were asked to work from home early on in the coronavirus pandemic. 

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One killed in Tacoma shooting Updated

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