Paul Allen celebrates after his Seahawks won the NFC Championship Game on Jan. 18. “Your dream when you buy a sports franchise is to win the championship, the Super Bowl,” he said in an interview.
UPDATE - 10:26 PM
Suburbs’ red tape could be blocking some tent cities
Religious leaders say the fees and restrictions imposed by some Eastside cities on tent encampments discourage faith communities from hosting the sites and violate religious freedom.
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After decades in the public eye, Chai and Bamboo deserve to retire. No more forced breeding. No more forced socializing. Send them to a safe place where, finally, they can just be.Editorial: "Give Woodland Park Zoo elephants Bamboo and Chai much-needed retirement"
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