Tuesday news roundup

A resolution passes calling attention to the crisis of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls; the city cancels its order for streetcars that are too big; and a smattering of election news.

The Seattle Times, KUOW, the Seattle PI, and KING cover yesterday’s passage of a resolution calling attention to the issue of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls, and directing the city to take action.

Al Jazeera and MyNorthwest report on Council member O’Brien’s proposed ban on natural gas piping for new buildings.

The Seattle Times and Seattle PI report that the city has cancelled its pending contract for new streetcars for the troubled Center City Connector line, but insists that the project will go forward.

KING and Capitol Hill Seattle Blog bring us election news.

 

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