Seattle police officer respond in a tactical vehicle after a man reportedly firing guns was shot by responding officers on Sunday, August 30, 2014 in the Queen Anne neighborhood. The shooting happened in the 300 block of West Prospect Street.
Renton police arrested three people and seized more than 200 cans of stolen baby formula Thursday following a year-long investigation into baby formula trafficking. The formula seized was worth about $5,400 and destined for the black market in Vietnam, according to the Renton Police Department.
The Seattle Human Rights Commission is doubling down on its effort to purge Columbus Day from its list of city celebrations, and have it replaced in the Emerald City with “Indigenous Peoples’ Day.” When Christopher Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492, the commission believes he was up to no good. In one of 16 “Whereas” clauses to its resolution, the city’s human rights panel declares: “WHEREAS, the Commission recognizes that the celebration of Christopher Columbus and his alleged 1492 discovery of the lands that would later become known as the Americas works to celebrate an
Royal Dutch Shell has given the federal government a new plan for 2015 drilling in Arctic waters, two years after multiple pratfalls and violations of federal regulations brought an ignominious halt to its operations in Alaska’s Chukchi Sea.
Senior pastor Mark Driscoll preaches at Mars Hill Church. Nine pastors and elders have come forward, saying they are “seriously concerned about the state of our church.” . (Photo: Scott Cohen/AP).
Seattle police and fire personnel are responding to a Columbia City scene were a car reportedly drove into a hair salon. Meanwhile, both directions of Rainier Avenue South are closed in the are of South Ferdinand Street, according to Seattle Department of Transportation reports.
A newly formed Board of Elders at Mars Hill Church, in a letter Friday, condemned news leaks, sought to reassure the flock, and warned that public airing of internal “allegations and concerns” will be used by enemies of the faith.
Summer road projects continue as we head into September, so here are some things to look for in the next week: The Seattle Department of Transportation will start weekday lane closures on the Fremont Bridge for repainting starting Sept.
For nearly 30 years, when you craved a fish-fry and a bit of Southern cooking, you could hurry over to Louisiana, or you could head to Catfish Corner, an unpretentious spot in the Central District.
School is about to start and soon the summer of 2014 will just be a memory. A pilot works to operate his aircraft —and not pass out— over Lake Washington.
A Seattle man alleged to have described himself as "too pretty for prison" while describing molestations he hoped to commit now faces child pornography charges.
A half-century ago, when dam builders and loggers ruled the West, the Sierra Club began a series of what were called “exhibit format” books to show and celebrate wild and endangered places.
Yakima should not appeal the ruling by a federal judge that the city has denied representation to its Latino minority by holding at-large elections for its City Council, Gov. Jay Inslee said in a letter to the Yakima City Council.
A man is in critical condition Friday afternoon after being pinned beneath the tire of a van in front of a home in the Haller Lake area of North Seattle.
A convicted felon and reputed gang leader known as "Downer," Carlos Carmona-Gonzalez was caught with the single-shot Keystone Sporting Arms last June after offering to sell guns to a police informant.
A man is in jail and a parking enforcement officer injured after a Wednesday incident in which a driver tried to escape the parking “boot” by taking off in his car.
The eastbound off-ramp to Montlake is closed on state Route-520 Thursday afternoon after a semi truck got caught on a jersey barrier. State troopers expect the ramp to be closed for at least another hour while they await a tow truck to help pluck the truck off the guard rail, spokesman Trooper Chris Webb said.
Fear and exaggeration are the mother’s milk of politicians’ appeals for money, and rarely has the tactic been better displayed than in an e-mail blast sent out Wednesday by House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on behalf of U.S.
A new mural honoring Nirvana and their place in the histories of the city of Aberdeen and the grunge movement was installed last weekend on the side of a flooring shop.