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The city council wants you to stop calling it ‘Lower Queen Anne.’ In a unanimous vote, the council passed a resolution that requires city departments and outside entities to call the area its official name — Uptown. This also means you will not be seeing “Lower Queen Anne” on Google Maps or Apple Maps anymore so you know it's actually official. (KING 5)
A peek behind the curtain of an investigation into WA state police officers. Shortly after Crosscut reporter Melissa Santos returned from maternity leave, she filed a bunch of public record requests to compile all of the state’s police officers on Brady lists — lists that prosecutors use to track officers whose past actions could cast doubt on their testimony in court. Nine months later, Santos published her findings which revealed 183 police officers with credibility issues were still working in the state. Read the whole piece here. (Crosscut)
What happens when your old friend might be the leader of QAnon? Well, that’s what Seattleite Shawn Lawrence is wondering. A six-part HBO series about the conspiracy and right-wing group suggests that Lawrence’s high school best friend, Ron Watkins, might be the leader of QAnon. Lawrence remembers Watkins as a “goofy kid” who he did jazz choir with — not a budding conspiracy theorist. He’s since disowned him as an old friend. (The Seattle Times)
Protests demanding justice for Daunte Wright took place downtown. The march started at Occidental Park on Monday night. Here’s a roundup from The Stranger of what went down through several Twitter threads.
About that computer-made Nirvana song...KUOW spoke with Ace Piva, the person behind the project. One of the goals of the “Lost Tapes of the 27 Club” is to highlight mental health and substance use issues in the music industry. (KUOW)