A Lake Forest Park man who served prison time for crimes related to the animal rights movement is now alleged to have been caught bragging about his "baby" – a machine gun.
Have you been to King Street Station in Seattle lately? The historic landmark is worth checking out even if you're not taking a train anywhere. Here's a look at this historic landmark through the years.
Print Gov. Chris Christie is not turned on by the growing movement to legalize and decriminalize marijuana, and vows that New Jersey will not tune in. The scandal-plagued governor, still a prospective 2016 Republican presidential candidate, took a shot at “battleground state” Colorado, which along with Washington voted in 2012 to legalize, regulate and tax cannabis.
Print A quiet announcement in the Canadian Gazette has removed a large, water-breaching marine obstacle from the path of a pipeline and oil super port that Canada’s government wants to build at the head of a long, treacherous fjord on the north coast of British Columbia.
Print Indian tribes on the Olympic Peninsula have been a positive, assertive presence, from the Lower Elwha Klallams’ long, successful fight to remove two salmon-destroying dams from their river, to the Quileutes’ fight to move their village out of tsunami danger.
Print Joan McBride raised $70,000 and rang hundreds of doorbells in mounting a Democratic challenge to Senate Majority Leader Rodney Tom. But she bowed out of the 48th District Senate race exactly after Tom announced he is not running for reelection.
PrintPolice arrested a man Saturday night after a pickup truck was intentionally set on fire in the Haller Lake neighborhood of Northgate. Officers responded to arson reports about 10:52 p.m.
Print Mayor Ed Murray’s minimum wage advisory committee is “deadlocked,” Seattle City Council member Kshama Sawant said Friday, with the socialist officeholder pledging she will now work to “build a strong coalition in the streets.” Sawant and two other left-leaning City Council members sit on the panel, which is co-chaired by business leader Howard S.
PrintThe ballot proposal to rescue Metro bus service in King County was being run over by voters on Tuesday night, winning just 44.72 percent of the vote in the first “dump” of election results.
OSO — President Obama ventured into the Washington countryside on Tuesday to witness the vast Oso mudslide and promise that America won't abandon the Stillaguamish River valley.
The Kingdom of Future Dreams was a small piece of a cruel, vast virtual world.
About 40 men give or take, shared hundreds of thousands of images showing children displayed and abused through the child pornography bulletin board.
President Obama will inspect the huge state Route 530 mudslide at Oso on Tuesday, meeting with first responders and slide victims. He will hopefully come away knowing the disaster will require a long, complicated recovery that may last beyond his presidency.
Print As Hillary Clinton prepares to make a final decision on 2016, the fictional Vice President Selina Meyer has just announced for the White House as the Home Box Office hit “Veep” begins its third season.
PrintPolice are looking for the shooter who killed a 24-year-old man early Saturday morning in the Central District. Police were called at 2:35 a.m. to 2200 block of East Union Street on reports of multiple shots fired, according to Seattle police.
The Boy Scouts of America stripped a Seattle church of its charter because of it's support of an openly gay scoutmaster.
Print A new poll of 400 Seattle voters, taken last week, shows a sharp drop in support for a $15-an-hour minimum wage, just as Seattle Mayor Ed Murray is preparing to send a recommendation to the Seattle City Council.
PrintSeattle police detectives are trying to identify a person of interest involved in a fatal shooting downtown on April 6. A 47-year-old man was shot about 2 a.m. at Fifth Avenue and Olive Way after a heated argument with someone just before he was killed.
A Kent woman faces felony animal cruelty charges after a horse in her care died of starvation.
PrintA fire at a South Park house Tuesday afternoon displaced its six residents who are now under Red Cross care. Seattle fire crews were called to the scene about 2:19 p.m.
The parents of 2-year-old Lincoln Person, who was hit by a truck last week in Buckley, say they forgive the driver who killed their little boy.
PrintSo Seattle lost its iconic Rainier Brewing Company to Pabst 15 years ago. Dare I ask, as much as I sometimes love picking up a sixer of Raindogs after a hard day: So what?
PrintIn case you thought Fred Armisen’s acting was too dynamic, check out Seattle billionaire Paul Allen’s cameo on the sketch comedy show “Portlandia.” Allen, owner of the Portland Trail Blazers, seeks funding for a new jersey design.
PrintAccording to bloggers who report on pinching pennies, those looking for deals at Costco can save even more money if they know what to look for on the price tags.