Friday news roundup

Happy first anniversary to Converge Media’s Morning Update Show!  If you’re not watching it, you’re missing out.

Here’s the news.

The Seattle Times, AP, Seattle PI, KIRO, Patch and Supermarket News cover yesterday’s court ruling upholding Seattle’s ordinance requiring $4 per hour hazard pay for grocery workers.

KING reports that Seattle City Light misled the public on the effects of its dams on salmon runs.

GeekWire looks at SDOT’s blueprint for an all-electric transportation system by 2030.

The Seattle Times reports that the regional homeless authority finally has a CEO.

The Seattle Times, KING, KUOW, Capitol Hill Seattle Blog (here and here), South Seattle Emerald, The Stranger, MyNorthwest, Washington State Wire, and West Seattle Blog bring us election news.

The Seattle Times reports on how Bellevue is positioning itself to capitalize on Seattle’s mistakes.

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One comment

  1. Thanks for highlighting the Morning Update Show–a nice additional perspective on happenings in Seattle.

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