Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Seattle.
Capitol Hill Trader Joe’s employees accuse store of retaliating against protest participation
On Friday, the Trader Joe’s on Capitol Hill closed unexpectedly, not long after dozens of its workers announced they would participate in the Black Lives Matter Seattle-King County march and general strike that day.
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How CHAZ became CHOP: Seattle's police-free zone explained
Known as the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ) at first, several protesters in the area made a push for the name to better reflect its purpose and renamed the roughly six-block area. CHOP, the new acronym, now stands for the Capitol Hill Organized (or Occupied) Protest.
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Seattle business owner says police never responded to a burglary at his shop in the CHOP
The owner of a business on the cusp of Seattle's so-called “Capitol Hill Organized Protest” zone — or "CHOP" — said he called 911 to report a burglary in progress, but no one showed up.
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