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The Ari Hoffman Show

The Ari Hoffman Show

The Ari Hoffman Show is a current of common sense in a sea of insanity, every Monday through Friday.
The Commute with Carlson

The Commute with Carlson

John Carlson is synonymous with Washington State Politics. Simply put, he is THE conservative voice in Seattle. John gives his unique perspective on local and   […]
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'We do not have enough cash': Moses Lake School Board to vote on interfund loan

(The Center Square) – Moses Lake School District is anticipating a $2 million shortfall at the end of the month as it attempts to better understand its financial situation amid a larger reduction. The district announced the budget reduction following the repeated failure of its Maintenance and Operations Levy in February and April. However, after a closer look at the district’s finances earlier this month, enrollment rates and accounting errors inflated that total to $20

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Seattle police staffing levels continue to fall as overtime use rises again

(The Center Square) – The Seattle Police Department continued to see its total number of officers decrease in the first three months of 2024 as city officials wait to see if recent actions help address an officer shortage. Seattle Supervising Analyst Greg Doss presented the latest updates on SPD’s staff levels on Tuesday before the Seattle Public Safety Committee. According to the latest update, as of the end of March, the department had 1,053 sworn

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Association of WA Business endorses two of three initiatives on the fall ballot

(The Center Square) – The board of directors of the Association of Washington Business – the state’s oldest and largest business association – has endorsed two of three initiatives on this November’s ballot. AWB’s board has voted to endorse Initiative 2109, repealing the state’s capital gains tax, and Initiative 2124, allowing employees and self-employed individuals to opt out of coverage under WA Cares, the state’s mandatory long-term care insurance program. The board voted to remain

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Sound Transit to enforce new fare policy to ensure riders pay

(The Center Square) – Sound Transit has announced it will implement a new fare inspection process requiring riders to show a proof of payment before boarding. The new process will have an initial rollout on June 3. Sound Transit’s “fare ambassadors” have been checking passengers’ proof of payments on various trains throughout the day. According to Sound Transit’s 2024 budget, the agency collected $51.9 million in passenger fare revenue last year. That is a slight

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