Artist Peregrine Church grew up with rain. Born in Alaska and raised in the Seattle area, the 22 year-old knows well the gloom that is often associated with our gray, dreary days.
A group called Clinton “Super Volunteers” told reporters Thursday it will call out allegedly sexist code words used to describe Hillary Clinton, a list that includes such phrases as “polarizing,” “calculating,” and “secretive.” “We will be watching, reading, listening and protesting coded sexism,” it said in a warning received by New York Times scribe Amy Chozick.
It was 15 years ago today -- March 26 -- that the Kingdome was demolished, reduced to rubble in a matter of seconds in a controlled implosion that sent cloud of dust through Downtown Seattle.
Lake Tapps on the King and Pierce County line is starting to refill after a project to repair the lake's aging dam drained the lake, exposing an unusual landscape in recent months.
Outdated, explosion-prone oil tank cars would be banned immediately, and new rules would require mitigating volatile gases, under U.S. Senate legislation introduced Wednesday by Sens. Maria Cantwell and Patty Murray, D-Wash., and colleagues.
Family and friends of slain 24-year-old Biftu Dadi packed a Seattle courtroom Wednesday to catch a glimpse as the man accused of killing her pleaded not guilty.
A man with several warrants who is believed to be connected to a Rainier Beach robbery barricaded himself for hours in an International District crawlspace.
An overturned semi truck blocking southbound SR 99 at Safeco Field.
Pope Francis will visit President Obama at the White House on September 23rd, as part of the his first visit to the United States since ascending the Throne of Peter two years ago.
Police say a downtown robber after he used a baseball bat to rob Barnes and Noble.
Mayor Ed Murray is directing a housing advisory panel to “develop specific proposals” to build and preserve 50,000 new housing units over the next 10 years within the city limits.
A Seattle sex offender thrice convicted of indecent exposure is again facing that charge as police claim he flashed a worker at a downtown building.
A venerable group of visitors from Ottawa, members of the Canada-U.S. Inter-Parliamentary Group, found itself talking about human waste on Wednesday when it met up with an angry guy from Port Angeles.
A state trooper tweeted the ‘most interesting’ HOV lane violator Tuesday, depicting a driver pulled over in Fife for using a cardboard cutout of a famous meme character. The trooper spotted a vehicle passing by in the carpool lane on Interstate 5 in Fife Monday with a passenger that clearly was not a sentient being, State Patrol spokesman Guy Gill said.
The wealthy in Seattle are getting wealthier at a faster pace than any other U.S. city, while those in the lowest income bracket are not keeping pace, according to a new analysis of America’s largest cities by the Brookings Institution.
She was asking for horror stories about health care, but Rep. Cathy Morris Rodgers, R-Wash., instead found her Facebook page filled with testimonials to the Affordable Care Act. A member of the House Republican leadership, McMorris Rodgers wanted a replenishment of anecdotes like stories of questionable accuracy she told when giving the GOP response to President Obama’s State of the Union speech.
Ten goats escaped custody Thursday afternoon in Rainier View, prompting police to herd them back into their pen.
An Auburn man already accused of torturing one of his girlfriend's sons has now been charged with killing the woman's other child, an autistic teen.
Former inmates at Washington jails and prisons weigh in on the accommodations at our correctional facilities. Read on for their thoughts on the "orange drank."
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas (AP Photo/Alex Brandon) Ted Cruz entered the U.S. Senate just two years ago and is now running for president. The Texas Republican is a hero to the Tea Party but has made himself unpopular in the Senate, decrying GOP colleagues as sellouts and boldly flirting with carrying repeal of health care reform to the extreme of shutting down the federal government.
A Republican congressman from Texas has introduced a bill that would compel cadets at the Air Force Academy to recite the words “so help me God” in the Academy’s Honor Oath taken at the start of every academic year.
The Washington Fire Chiefs, in a pointed letter, have asked the BNSF Railroad to turn over “Worst Case Scenarios” for an oil train accident as well as “Comprehensive Emergency Response Plans” for high hazard flammable trains.