News roundup: Pronto ethics probe, police staffing, safe injection sites, and more

So much going on this morning, including reports from yesterday’s committee hearing on police staffing, tour bus regulations, and more.

Seattle Times, Puget Sound Business Journal, Curbed, and SeattleMet cover the ongoing debacle of the Pronto bikeshare system, and yesterday’s breaking news of an ethics probe of SDOT director Scott Kubly.

The Stranger covers the discussion of secure scheduling, while KOMO News reports on Working Washington’s controversial attempts to raise the issue at the Starbucks shareholders meeting.

KOMO News and MyNorthwest both report on yesterday’s Council committee hearing on proposed legislation prohibiting Seattle tour bus drivers from also providing live narration.

KING5 covers yesterday’s committee briefing on the Berkshire report on police staffing levels (I covered it too).

The Stranger covered a panel discussion on safe injection sites moderated by Council member Lorena Gonzalez.

DSL Reports comments on Seattle’s lack of progress on municipal broadband.

The Stranger notes Council member Kshama Sawant’s presence at the Hillary Clinton rally earlier this week.