Workers apply carbon fiber to the cracked West Seattle Bridge. Typically, they have to first grind the concrete before applying the wrap. (Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times)
Workers apply carbon fiber to the cracked West Seattle Bridge. Typically, they have to first grind the concrete before applying the wrap. (Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times)
Traffic Lab

How the cracked West Seattle Bridge will push city into debt

Seattle proposes spending hundreds of millions of dollars on, among other things, street improvements to handle detour traffic, emergency repairs and the first phase of engineering for a partial or full West Seattle Bridge rebuild.

Project Homeless

Seattle City Council votes to defund team that removes homeless encampments, in victory for activists

Multiple city workers, including Seattle Police, work at an encampment removal on South Weller Street in Seattle Thursday, May 21, 2020. 213981 213981
Jay Inslee, left, and Loren Culp, right.

It's Culp vs. Inslee: Race for Washington governor takes shape with newest batch of primary election results

Wed. August 5, 2020   Demonstrators sit on 4th Ave. facing city hall calling listening to speakers and calling for police defunding. The march to city hall was organized by Decriminalize Seattle and King County Equity Now that started at 12th Ave. and E. Alder Street across from the new youth jail. 214679

Seattle City Council members move ahead on initial Police Department layoffs, other changes  VIEW

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