The “Teflon Donald” Trump has a two-to-one lead in the latest Monmouth University national poll of Republican voters, which is likely to help identify the 10 candidates Fox News allows on stage when the GOP-leaning cable TV network hosts the first major debate in the GOP field.
Beer is worth billions in revenue to states around the nation. See how much it's worth to the Western states in our slideshow.
Gov. Jay Inslee has taken initiatives this week to both clear the Evergreen State’s air and clean its water. Earlier this week, Inslee directed the state Department of Ecology (DOE) to work toward a cap on carbon emissions.
Royal Dutch Shell, while cutting capital investment elsewhere in the world, has resumed its long-delayed drilling in Alaska’s Arctic waters, using a giant rig — the Transocean Polar Pioneer — that “kayakctivists” tried to block leaving Seattle’s Elliott Bay last month.
Several residents of a Central District apartment building had to run through flames to escape a fast-moving fire on Thursday afternoon.
Mayor Ed Murray on Thursday announced an “action plan” to make Seattle a safer city for its gay, lesbian and transgender population and to counter what has been a serious uptick in hate crimes and confrontations in a LGBT-friendly city.
Donald Trump has a clear, substantial lead over fellow Republican presidential candidates, according to a Quinnipiac University national poll released a week ahead of the first debate of GOP contenders.
The Secretary of State’s office graced a gorgeous Monday with gloomy news for the democratic process. It reported that just over 12 percent of King County voters have mailed in their ballots for Tuesday’s primary election.
The Seattle City Council went back in history on Monday to right a wrong, unanimously passing a resolution of regret regret for long ago anti-Chinese legislation passed by Washington Territory and a trio of exclusionary 1885 City Council resolutions.
Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, whose rallies around the country have drawn as many as 11,000 people, will speak next Saturday, August 8, at a “Social Security Works” rally in Seattle’s Westlake Park.
There are very few things I will say “no” to. I’ll always be the first to volunteer myself for pretty much anything, often times without fully realizing what I’ve gotten myself into.
Washington state officials cheered on Monday as President Obama unveiled the most aggressive greenhouse gas reduction plan in American history. Allies of Big Oil and Big Coal in the Rust Belt were groaning.
Reporter Daniel DeMay was invited to go along on a ride Friday, July 31 aboard Fat Albert, a Lockheed Martin C-130 that performs as part of the Blue Angels air show, as well as transporting crew and support staff between events throughout their season.
An afternoon and evening of downtown Seattle gridlock last March proved a point: There’s nothing like an overturned semi on S.R. 99, carrying a load of fish, to focus minds at City Hall.
Since her husband's suicide, Courtney Love has fought to keep the police photos from being made public. Now, as Richard Lee pushes again for the photos, Love and her daughter Frances Bean Cobain have asked that the images stay locked away.
The U.S. Coast Guard began detaining anti-Shell kayakers in Portland’s Willamette River late Thursday, the Portland Fire Department’s high rescue team removed protesters who had rappelled off the St. Johns Bridge, and a U.S.
Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., is using the controversy over Planned Parenthood, caused by heavily edited undercover videotapes made by anti-abortion groups, to raise cash for her 2016 reelection campaign. Senate Republicans have scheduled a vote next week to end all federal funding of Planned Parenthood — although the money goes for such services as breast cancer screenings, not for abortions — with such conservatives as Sen.
Nearly six years after he killed Seattle police Officer Timothy Brenton during an anti-cop rampage, Christopher Monfort has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
YouTube user Jef Altman recently uploaded some 16 mm video shot by his father in the 1950s. The color videos are of a remarkable quality. Here’s Seattle in 1955: What Altman said about the video: “In 1955 my grandfather made a trip to Seattle, WA during his time with the Naval Air Reserve.