Wednesday news roundup

Lots of news today, with a little bit of everything.

Seattle Times and KOMO report on the forward progress of the short-term rental regulations.

The Associated Press covers the city’s MOU with Oak View Group for the renovation and management of Key Arena.

Seattle Weekly, Capitol Hill Times, Crosscut, and MyNorthwest discuss the search for a new police chief.

Seattle Weekly looks at criticisms of the new contract with police supervisors.

SeattleMet and Sightline Institute look at the impact of the Democracy Vouchers program in its first year.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog discusses the plan to expand the Seattle Asian Art Museum.

The Stranger has published its day-one interview with Mayor Jenny Durkan.

Seattle Times and The Stranger report that state representative Nicole Macri plans to introduce legislation repealing the statewide ban on residential rent control.

National Review questions whether Socialist Alternative really understands socialism, or is simply using the term to brand a collection of progressive positions.