Mayor Jenny Durkan and the City Council are clashing over issues ranging from police reform to spending priorities for sweetened beverage tax revenue. Theres a new effort to help hotel workers, and a historic milestone achieved for the Showbox Theater. Plus, a grand entry to start Seattles Seafair celebration, and multiple free outdoor music options, all here on Seattle News NOW!
New Police Contract?
Hotel Workers’ Bill
Beverage Tax Showdown
Seafair Indian Days Powwow
Concerts at the Mural
Music Under the Stars
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