Seattle Interim Police Chief Gets Committee Approval  

Interim Seattle Police Chief Adrian Diaz The grueling vetting process of Interim Seattle Police Chief Adrian Diaz continued Tuesday before a city council committee. During the past 2 years the interim chief has watched the number of

Emergency Services spared in West Seattle

Some creative budget making at Seattle City Hall has saved some critical emergency services. It was March of 2020; the pandemic was at full fever and the West Seattle Bridge was suddenly shutdown for repairs. City Councilmember

Governor Jay Inslee proposes New Abortion Laws

Governor Jay Inslee unveiled a new wave of legislation Friday afternoon offering new legal protections for women and strengthening existing abortion rights laws. “We will introduce a constitutional amendment to enshrine into our basic foundational document the

VP Kamala Harris Comes to Seattle

Vice President of the United States Kamala Harris speaking to a crowd of invited guests at Lumen Field Vice President Kamala Harris had a busy 24 hours in Seattle. She was greeted by protestors as she pulled

Seattle Mayor Lobbying for Homeless Budget 

Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell talking to reporters during a news conference on Thursday at City Hall Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell went on the offensive Thursday as the city council considers his budget request for more money to

$55M Bonus Program for Social Workers

The men and women working in the trenches of the Homeless Crisis in Washington are now eligible for bonuses from a $55 million dollar state program. “I honestly can tell you most of what my clients have

Snohomish Co Spending Big on Law & Justice

Image Courtesy Snohomish County In Snohomish County, 75% of the budget released Tuesday is going to be spent on law and justice. “The federal government granted Snohomish County an additional $80M of Pandemic Recovery funding,” County executive