Monthly Archives: August 2017
A six-month-old Belgian shepherd was the first Harvey rescue animal to be adopted in Seattle.
Michael Bennett is donating $25,000, and the Mariners are donating $100,000.
An Oregon court has ruled a couple must have their dogs surgically "debarked" after causing their neighbors several years of disruption.
Investigators say a relative discovered evidence of child exploitation as she was cleaning out the garage of a home her uncles had shared for 55 years.
Standing boot-deep in pine needles, branches and other bone-dry forest debris, firefighters battling the Norse Peak Fire worked silently as a chorus of chain saws and snapping branches reverberated through the dense wilderness.
For those headed over Snoqualmie Pass, there's one construction project that is going to make things even worse.
White House says President Trump to pledge $1 million in personal funds to Harvey relief efforts.
Get it wrong and you could get a $430 ticket in Washington state.
Seattle joined 36 other local governments in support of Chicago's lawsuit against Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
It isn't just Jermaine Kearse that the team is apparently shopping, according new new reporting Thursday.
It was a direct response to North Korea’s launch of an intermediate-range ballistic missile over Japan on Tuesday, the U.S. Pacific Command said in a statement Thursday.
PAX West weekend means a flood of nerd-centric activities in the city, from an independent video game showcase to a boozy cosplay contest. Also, Bumbershoot.
Chris Rock’s return to stand-up, a modern take on ‘Pride and Prejudice,’ and Antarctica in Seattle.
Hula Hula will be slinging hurricanes and Pan Pacific Hotel will host Tacos for Houston. Go forth and fundraise.
A small group of rideshare drivers continue to protest a law put on hold, but so far ultimately upheld in court.
Follow Princess Diana's story from childhood, her royal wedding, parenthood and to her untimely death in 1997.
The devastation in Texas is inspiring people across the country to help, including people here in Washington.
Arkema officials say the Harris County Emergency Operations Center notified them around 2 a.m. Thursday of explosions at the site and black smoke coming from the area.
How a British teatime snack became a cult favorite at the Washington State Fair—and now a brand new ice cream flavor.