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PETA targets Space Needle in effort to slim down tourists

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, is suggesting the Space Needle's restaurant "go vegan" after a staffer recently noticed overweight passengers on the landmark's elevator.

New details: Seattle's right turn ban on Dexter was rushed

SDOT made a move that impacts thousands of drivers at the intersection of Dexter and Mercer. How long did they deliberate the move? Less than a day.

Do your kids ever ignore your calls? There's an app for that

A mom frustrated when her kids wouldn't respond to her calls decided to develop an app that shuts down the kids' phone so they can't use it until they call her back.

Seattle councilmember Nick Licata: 'No time or inclination to research both sides' of Israel conflict

Seattle City Councilmember Nick Licata has written a letter to Congress questioning Israel's military actions in Gaza, but concedes to the Jason Rantz Show that he doesn't "have the time nor inclination to do the research."

Chad Marshall, Stefan Frei complete Ice Bucket Challenge

Along with Chad Marshall, Sounders FC goalie Stefan Frei completed the Ice Bucket Challenge on Aug. 14.

Jason Rantz: Don't celebrate Seattle's 'most liberal city' ranking

A chart has come out that ranks the most liberal big cities in the United States and the least liberal. The way they determine a city's liberalness is by the representation in municipal government, so they're looking at the people who are actually elected.

Jason's Ice Bucket Challenge

Jason Rantz completes the Ice Bucket Challenge to raise awareness for those who suffer from ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease.

Jason Rantz: Seattle's Scarecrow Video should accept defeat

Scarecrow Video in the University District has been stuck on life support since the owners realized they didn't have enough business to support the business. But they're still not giving up.

Mars Hill Church member: Controversy 'bums us out'

We've heard plenty from critics and church leaders. But what about the average member of Seattle-based Mars Hill Church?

Seattle considers making construction companies hire local workers

With all the construction going on around Seattle, there's no shortage of opportunity for construction workers. But when it comes to city-backed projects, should those workers actually come from Seattle?

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