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  • Executives sign deal on Seattle arena

    King County Executive Dow Constantine and Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn signed legislation Tuesday on the funding plan for construction of an arena that could be used to lure the NBA …


  • Chiefs face off against T-Birds

    Hockey: Home ice has been kind to the Spokane Chiefs, now it’s time to see how they’ll fare in their second home-and-home series of the young Western Hockey League season. …


  • Longshore Union challenges arena plan

    SEATTLE – The Longshore Union has announced its intent to file a legal challenge to the proposed basketball arena in the industrial area south of downtown Seattle. Local 19 said …


  • Seattle council approves arena

    Facilities: A wealthy hedge-fund manager won approval Monday for his plan to bring professional men’s basketball and hockey back to Seattle, with initially skeptical City Council members agreeing to put …


  • Commentary: Mariners’ arena stance arrogant, hypocritical

    Seeing as how the Mariners have achieved consistency – 11 consecutive years without a postseason appearance – it makes sense that they want to prove more versatile than just a …


  • Support of WNBA Storm among Seattle arena issues

    SEATTLE – With the King County Council potentially taking a vote next Monday on a proposed new arena in Seattle, sticking points and possible concessions on traffic and the city’s …


  • Traffic impact of Seattle arena to be studied

    SEATTLE – A venture capitalist who wants to build a sports arena to bring professional basketball back to Seattle will pay for a study to determine the impacts on traffic …


  • Kings, NBA say team will stay put

    SEATTLE – Chances that the Sacramento Kings could be lured as an NBA tenant to play in a proposed new Sodo arena in Seattle appeared to lessen greatly Monday after …

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