News Flipping Out Locally Since 1991
posted by January 23 at 16:33 PMon
I know it looks the news team (and our film editor) have lost sight of the local scene and are just flipping out about this little thing of nominating the first woman or first African American to run for President of the United States, but really we’re still doing our jobs and obsessing about local news.
This week’s news section is loaded up: Erica C. Barnett has a hot story on big wheel local political fundraiser, Colby Underwood, whose once-fawned-over business (that’s you, Crosscut) seems to have hit some weird snags.
Jonah Spangenthal-Lee continues sussing out evidence of questionable SPD conduct.
And he wraps up our coverage of Rev. Ken Hutcherson’s controversial MLK Day speech at his daughters’ high school.
My Olympia column looks at a bill in the Senate transportation committee (sponsored by the committee chair) that may end Sound Transit as we know it.
And In Other News breaks a little news about the city’s failure to hire more cops and about the Democrats’ Abortion, Amnesty, and Acid agenda in Olympia.
Please check out this week’s full news section here.