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  • Police: Men assault transgender woman at Capitol Hill restaurant

    Seattle Police responded to Rancho Bravo early Sunday morning for an assault against a transgender woman.
    Officers responded to the restaurant at 1001 E. Pine St. around 3:30 a.m. Sept. 17, where they found the victim with blood on her face and chest and a cut above her left eye, according to a police report.

  • Kaiser Permanente announces $400M in renovations, redesign of Capitol Hill campus
    Following its acquisition of Group Health in January, Kaiser Permanente announced Wednesday it will invest $400 million into renovating and redesigning its flagship Capitol Hill campus by 2022.
  • Another vote for safe consumption sites

    Only four members of the subcommittee showed up on a rainy Monday night, and one of those was a nonvoting member. All three voting members recommended a motion to approve safe consumption sites in King County.
    That motion will go to the full Seattle Commission for People with Disabilities, and — pending changes to language made there — will then proceed as a recommendation to the King County Council.

  • A roadmap for Freeway Park

    Finding Freeway Park is a community design and planning process to improve signage, park entryways, lighting, utilities, landscaping and activation.
    Following several community meetings that included landscape architecture firm SiteWorkshop, the Freeway Park Association made a final presentation to the public on Saturday, Sept. 16.

  • Attorneys seek default judgement in defamation case against Councilmember Sawant
    The law firm representing two Seattle Police officers suing Kshama Sawant for defamation have filed a motion for order of default after the District 3 city councilmember did not respond to the lawsuit.
    
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  • Another vote for safe consumption sites

    Only four members of the subcommittee showed up on a rainy Monday night, and one of those was a nonvoting member. All three voting members recommended a motion to approve safe consumption sites in King County.
    That motion will go to the full Seattle Commission for People with Disabilities, and — pending changes to language made there — will then proceed as a recommendation to the King County Council.

  • Restaurants serving up small bites for 7th annual Omnivorous benefit

    For affordable-housing advocates that also happen to be foodies, Capitol Hill Housing’s annual Omnivorous benefit is the perfect pairing.
    Omnivorous puts tasty small bites from numerous Capitol Hill restaurants on display, culminating with a Raising the Beet fundraiser pledge to support the affordable housing developer’s various projects and programs.

  • Police: Men assault transgender woman at Capitol Hill restaurant

    Seattle Police responded to Rancho Bravo early Sunday morning for an assault against a transgender woman.
    Officers responded to the restaurant at 1001 E. Pine St. around 3:30 a.m. Sept. 17, where they found the victim with blood on her face and chest and a cut above her left eye, according to a police report.

  • Oliver says city has funding to take on pressing challenges

    When Nikkita Oliver entered the mayor’s race in March, she and the newly formed Peoples Party of Seattle did so against an incumbent that many thought was well positioned for a second term. 
    “We got into the race when everyone said the incumbent was undefeatable,” she said.

  • Washington fighting DACA repeal
    Washington colleges and universities are taking a stand against Donald Trump’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. And, a day after the decision to end DACA was announced, Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson and 15 other attorneys general filed a lawsuit to stop 800,000 Dreamers from facing deportation. 

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