Seattle Police hold a line on Fourth Avenue between protesters supporting the Seattle Police Officers Guild, or SPOG, on the left, and counter protesters on the right, during SPOG’s rally at Seattle City Hall to speak out against the defunding of their department Sunday. (Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times)
Seattle Police hold a line on Fourth Avenue between protesters supporting the Seattle Police Officers Guild on the left, and counter protesters on the right. (Bettina Hansen / The Seattle Times)
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‘It’s not the Seattle I want to live in’: Passion and deep feelings at rally to support police

In conversations on the sidelines of Sunday's rally to support Seattle police, participants expressed deeply-felt and complex opinions. Meanwhile, passionate shouts of derision and hatred spewed across the police divide between police supporters and counter-protesters.  VIEW

Seahawks

Seahawks receiver John Ursua added to NFL’s Reserve/COVID-19 list

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver John Ursua (15) catches a 15-yard pass from Russell Wilson and stops just short of the end zone in the fourth quarter as the San Francisco 49ers play the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field in Seattle on December 29, 2019. 212495 212495
Mariners designated hitter Daniel Vogelbach continues his struggles at the plate against the Rockies in the first inning, Sunday, Aug. 9, 2020, at T-Mobile Park in Seattle. 214712

Analysis: Daniel Vogelbach’s increasing struggles may force Mariners into roster move soon

Wed. July 29, 2020   Wed. July 29, 2020   The first hour in the morning after breakfast kids worked on computers and todays subject was math.   Assistant teacher Mataniufeagaimaleaia Savelio (cq) was helping 8-year-old Terelle Conner.  214632

When the school day goes remote in Washington state, what does that mean for the child care industry? Lots of de facto teachers.  VIEW

Rescuers respond to two people missing in Lake Washington

Trump’s Orders on Coronavirus Relief Create Confusion  VIEW

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