Going through The Seattle Times archives today, I found this gem from the great Craig Smith in a story printed on Nov. 19, 1986, three days before legendary WSU coach Jim Walden would coach the Cougars for the final time. The 12th-ranked Huskies beat the Cougars, 44-23, in Pullman.
Natura Pet Products has recalled five dry cat and dry ferret EVO food lots produced in its Fremont, Neb., facility because they lack sufficient levels of vitamins and contain excess minerals, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration says.
The grand jury in the Darren Wilson case met for an extraordinarily long session, hearing what the prosecutor said was “absolutely everything” that could be considered testimony or evidence in the case.
The seasonal shopping surge has become a window on the consumer economy, in which high earners have benefited from a booming stock market and rising home prices as many others still grapple with stagnant incomes and lingering financial anxiety.
Breaking district policy, interim Superintendent Larry Nyland accepted $250,000 from the Gates Foundation before the Seattle School Board decided whether to approve the grant. He later apologized for the error and said the money hasn’t been spent yet.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Coming full circle on a campaign promise, the Obama administration will propose Wednesday to reduce the amount of smog-forming pollution allowed in the air, which has been linked to asthma, lung damage and other health problems.
United Parcel Service is on a hiring binge, determined to perform better than last year, when harsh weather and a surge in last-minute online shopping orders caused more than a few packages to be delivered after Christmas.
Despite similar timing, after a disastrous midterm election, the exit of President Obama’s defense secretary, Chuck Hagel, did not represent the same kind of shift in policy that Donald H. Rumsfeld’s departure did.
The parent company of Value Village thrift stores said Tuesday that the Minnesota attorney general’s critical report of its business practices was based on “incorrect assumptions and a misunderstanding of our working relationships with our nonprofit partners.”
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Anger and despair swept through many parts of America after a Missouri grand jury decided not to indict Darren Wilson, a white police officer, for killing Michael Brown, a black 18-year-old.