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Bertha might be long gone, but work continues inside the state Route 99 tunnel as contractors work toward the goal of opening it to traffic in early 2019.
Jon Grant's campaign manager said the endorsement came down to the differences between their platforms.
After the first taste of fall storms Wednesday, Seattle is on track for a deluge of fall rain starting Friday and getting serious late Saturday.
WASHINGTON (AP) — First the U.S. government temporarily banned laptops in the cabins of some airplanes. Now it is looking to ban them on from checked luggage on international flights, citing the risk of potentially catastrophic fires. The Federal Aviation Administration recently recommended that the U.N. agency that sets global aviation standards prohibit passengers from […]
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — The Greek government has ordered the raising of a sunken cruise ship that foundered just off the holiday island of Santorini ten years ago, leaving two passengers missing and presumed dead. The Merchant Marine Ministry said Friday the wreck of the Sea Diamond poses a potential environmental risk and is a […]
WASHINGTON — Melania Trump knew her inaugural gown would be part of history and she had a clear vision for her look, asking the designer for something “modern, sleek, light, unique and unexpected.” The resulting vanilla silk, off-the-shoulder gown is now part of the First Ladies Collection at the Smithsonian Institution. Mrs. Trump officially donated […]
HONOLULU (AP) — A boat that ran aground off Honolulu while transporting foreign fishermen to work in Hawaii’s commercial fishing industry has raised new questions about the safety and working conditions for foreign laborers in this unique U.S. fleet. A long, cramped journey to the United States for a group of fishermen from Vietnam, Indonesia, […]
HONOLULU (AP) — A boat that ran aground off Honolulu while transporting foreign fishermen to work in Hawaii’s commercial fishing industry has raised new questions about the safety and working conditions for foreign laborers in this unique U.S. fleet. A long, cramped journey to the United States for a group of fishermen from Vietnam, Indonesia, […]
Three days. Lots of beef. Some of the city's top-notch chefs. This has got to be Seattle's meatiest event, packed with protein—and puns!
Plus, Canlis's own Jackson Rohrbaugh is Seattle's newest Master sommelier.
October 13 was Hyeok Kim's last day in the mayor's office.
Staff sergeant Cathrine Schmid isn’t giving up her 12-year army career without a fight.
Mayoral candidate Jenny Durkan wants to offer free community college tuition for Seattle public high school students. What does the Seattle Promise plan mean—and what would it cost?
As Southern Confederate monuments topple—or draw defenders—Seattle’s debate turns to its own 16-foot bronze statue of ­Vladimir Lenin, Soviet Russia’s communist revolutionary. Is the Fremont effigy art or a tribute to oppression?
In his new role as vineyard manager at Gamache Vineyard, this rising star builds on decades of experience.
Readers rave about weed-whacking neighbor, rant about reserved movie seats.
From California to New York, ghost stories help unlock the truth about historical sites of all kinds.
NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — Couples who marry in civil ceremonies have been banned from taking wedding photos outside places of worship in a Cyprus region known for hosting destination weddings, a senior Orthodox Christian cleric announced Friday after an uproar over a lewd photo taken in a chapel courtyard. Metropolitan Vasilios of Constantia and Ammochostos […]