C. R. Douglas, Q13 FOX News

C. R. Douglas

Q13 FOX News

Seattle, WA, United States

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Inslee for President 2020? Campaign schedule a big clue

SEATTLE - Though he is not on the ballot this election, Governor Jay Inslee is sure spending a lot of time campaigning. Inslee has been barnstorming the country on behalf of Democratic candidates in several states, including Iowa, Florida, Wisconsin and Michigan. → Read More

Seattle Port Commission debate: Peter Steinbrueck and Preeti Shridhar

SEATTLE - This fall voters through King County will be deciding on three seats for Seattle Port Commission. Commissioners run two multi-billion enterprises, the Seaport along Seattle's Waterfront, and SeaTac Airport. → Read More

Tacoma Mayor Debate

TACOMA - Residents of Tacoma face the first open seat for Tacoma Mayor in 8 years. The top-two vote getters coming out of the August Primary were Jim Merritt, and architect, and Victoria Woodards, a former City Councilmember. → Read More

Seattle Mayor seek help on drones; slams Key Arena overhaul proposal

SEATTLE - A day after the drone accident on the waterfront in Downtown Seattle, Mayor Ed Murray said the City needs help to combat the growing problem. “We are asking, as many cities and states ar... → Read More

Seattle’s “Honest Elections” initiative is first of its kind

SEATTLE - Initiative 122, dubbed “Honest Elections” by supporters, is a landmark plan to publicly fund campaigns. Supporters, who won big on Tuesday, argue it will take big money out of campaigns. ... → Read More

Eyman’s Initiative 1366 faces legal challenges

SEATTLE - Tim Eyman won another big anti-tax victory during these week’s election. But a legal challenge from opponents has already begun. They claim that Initiative 1366 violates the state’s con... → Read More

Seattle transportation tax levy passing; City Council member Kshama Sawant appears headed to re-election

SEATTLE -- The city's Proposition 1 transportation levy was leading 57-43% in initial election returns Tuesday night. If approved, the proposition will replace an expiring levy and would fund brid... → Read More

Initiative 1401 seeks to protect endangered species

SEATTLE - This election season voters across Washington are being asked to help protect some of the world’s most endangered species. Initiative 1401 would outlaw the sale of products from threatene... → Read More

Seattle Mayor pushes $1 billion transportation plan as ballot go out

SEATTLE - Ballots have already been mailed out for next month’s election, which is less than three weeks away. In Seattle, Mayor Murray is doing a full-court press in support of his nearly $1 billi... → Read More

$1 billion Seattle transportation plans draws critics

SEATTLE -- Seattle Mayor Ed Murray is facing some stiff opposition in his plan to raise nearly $1 billion for transportation projects and congestion relief. In just the last week both The Seattle T... → Read More

China leader’s visit highlights economic ties; Washington exports more to Beijing than any other state

SEATTLE -- The visit of Chinese President Xi Jinping highlights the strong economic ties between the country and Washington state. Washington is the largest exporter to China of any U.S. state. Th... → Read More

Rent-control debate turns raucous at Seattle City Council committee hearing

SEATTLE -- A raucous hearing took place Thursday at Seattle City Hall over the controversial issue of rent control. Activists were in full force, pushing the City Council to take action. They argu... → Read More

Charter schools in Washington state face uncertain future

OLYMPIA -- The state Supreme Court’s surprise decision to throw out charter schools has left over 1,200 students and families worried about what is next for their schools. Charter schools have been... → Read More

Are teachers strikes even legal in Washington?

SEATTLE -- With school canceled in Seattle and in some other districts around the state, many are once again asking whether teachers’ strikes are even legal. Parents, especially, wonder why these e... → Read More

Seattle Mayor seeks nearly $1 billion for transportation upgrades

SEATTLE - The battle has begun over Seattle’s $1 billion plan to help repair and replace the city’s aging roads and bridges. Today, Mayor Ed Murray officially launched the campaign to pass the hist... → Read More

Pay essentially divides teachers, school district in Seattle

SEATTLE -- Contract talks between the state's largest teachers union and the school distirct have stalled over pay, student testing, and the length of the school day. Seattle teachers have a long l... → Read More

Seattle’s $15 minimum wage law taken to court

SEATTLE -- There was a big courtroom battle Tuesday over Seattle’s historic $15 minimum wage law. Franchise business owners argue the requirement is unfair, and they are suing for more time before ... → Read More

Washington’s wildfire budget: Is prevention being shortchanged?

OLYMPIA, Wash. -- It’s quite clear that the wildfire seasons here in Washington are getting longer, more destructive, and more expensive. In the last two years alone it was $128 million, which is ... → Read More

Lawmakers deadlocked over state supreme court order

OLYMPIA - It’s been almost a week since the State Supreme Court issued its unprecedented $100,000 a day fine against the state for underfunding public schools. But as the penalty racks up, lawmake... → Read More

Primary: Seattle’s Sawant gets strong primary vote; incumbent Godden may be in trouble

SEATTLE -- Socialist City Council member Kshama Sawant took a strong lead in her re-election bid while longtime incumbent Jean Godden appeared to be in trouble, initial primary results showed Tuesd... → Read More