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Sigi Schmid: The U.S. Open Cup “ain’t working the way it’s going now”

34 min 41 sec ago
The Sounders will face the Timbers in the U.S. Open Cup for the second consecutive season on June 16, and that matchup no coincidence. The Open Cup is currently paired by geography to limit travel costs  — and Seattle coach Sigi Schmid thinks that format is limiting the competition’s reach. Below are Schmid’s comments in full […]
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Roundup: State gives First Place more ultimatums; project gets Portland teens talking with police

44 min 27 sec ago
State gives First Place charter school a June 17 deadline: The Washington State Charter School Commission met Thursday, and some members called for revoking the charter for the beleaguered First Place Scholars school in Seattle. Instead, the commission decided to give the school another chance and issued a new list of ultimatums it must fulfill by […]
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Coming up: Events beyond Seattle

52 min 44 sec ago
Plan ahead with this roundup of regional festivals and celebrations.
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S2 signs Brazilian midfielder Sérgio Mota Mello

1 hour 10 sec ago
S2 has signed Brazilian midfielder Sérgio Mota Mello, the club announced Friday in a release, though, as per its policy, specific terms were not disclosed. Sérgio, 25, has played for seven previous clubs, including Brazilian powerhouse São Paulo. Sérgio has spent the last two years with Penapolense and Botafogo, making 19 appearances for the two clubs in […]
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Egg prices surge to record on shortage caused by bird flu

1 hour 2 min ago
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Egg prices surged to a record on Friday, a month after bird flu was first detected in the chicken flock in Iowa, the nation’s leading egg producer. Midwest large eggs reached $2.32 a dozen. Rick Brown, a senior vice president for Urner Barry, a commodity market analyst says that’s a […]
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Pet food spills across Interstate 90 in Eastern Washington

1 hour 4 min ago
Authorities say a Friday morning accident on Interstate 90 in Eastern Washington left pet food strewn across the road.
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Public polling results: Seahawks? Very popular. Passing at end of Super Bowl? Not so much

1 hour 15 min ago
A new poll shows really high favorability ratings for a number of key Seahawks. But the decision to pass at the end of the Super Bowl? Most Washingtonians say the team should have run the ball.
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Whidbey Island beach home is new and already full of memories

1 hour 37 min ago
Paul Schell and his wife, Pam, downsized to Langley’s working waterfront. Sadly, though, Seattle’s former mayor died just days before he and Pam had planned to move in.
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Report: Microsoft, Salesforce were far apart on price in deal talks

1 hour 38 min ago
Microsoft and Salesforce.com held significant talks about the Redmond company purchasing its smaller rival, CNBC reported on Friday, the latest turn in weeks of chatter about a potential sale of the San Francisco company. The two sides failed to reach a deal and talks broke off, the financial news network reported. Microsoft was said to be […]
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Shop for your salad in your own front yard: eat weeds

1 hour 40 min ago
Melany Vorass Herrera shows you how with her book ‘The Front Yard Forager.’
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History Channel messed a little bit with ‘Texas’ history in miniseries

1 hour 44 min ago
Some of the events are accurately portrayed in the miniseries, but others are invented — not unexpected from The History Channel. The performances are mostly pretty good, from such actors as Bill Paxton and Ray Liotta.
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Roussanne is hard to find, but it’s a white wine worth the hunt

2 hours 21 min ago
The Seattle Times readers tasting panel samples six, and here’s what they found.
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News you can eat: Whence the beef?! Plus (some) GMO labeling, Mama’s is closing, free piroshkies and burgers, and more

2 hours 36 min ago
FOOD NEWS FOR SEATTLE AND BEYOND WHAT, YOU WANT TO KNOW WHERE YOUR MEAT IS FROM? The House Agriculture Committee, the WTO and the meat industry say that’s just silly. MORE>>> and MORE>>> AND YOU WANT TO KNOW IF GMOs are in what you’re eating? On that account, pressure from consumers is moving the market toward some labeling. […]
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Classical Indian dance works your body and your brain

2 hours 37 min ago
The grace and coordination of experienced dancers is breathtaking to watch.
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Jon Ryan going for title of NFL’s most Ninja-y punter

2 hours 51 min ago
The punter (and occasional runner and passer) hopes to win the $500,000 grand prize for his charity, named after his late father, Bob, with the money going for cancer research.
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Succulents offer big drama, color and texture in small spaces

2 hours 51 min ago
They live happily in pots pretty much forever, needing little care or attention. What could be easier to grow?
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Yellen: 1st rate hike likely by year end if economy improves

2 hours 59 min ago
WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said Friday she expects to begin raising interest rates later this year — if the job market improves and the Fed is confident inflation will climb closer toward its target rate. She described the U.S. economy as “well positioned for continued growth,” but at the same time […]
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‘Tuk-tuk’ three-wheeled taxis coming to U.S.

3 hours 12 min ago
The little taxis that swarm the streets of Asian cities are coming to the U.S. in an eco-friendly, upgraded electric version.
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Tacoma man to serve 8 years in prison for prostituting teens

3 hours 18 min ago
Clifton Eskridge III, of Tacoma, has been sentenced to eight years in prison for prostituting two teenage girls online.
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Latest state Fish and Wildlife Lower Columbia River spring chinook catch estimates

3 hours 24 min ago
Here is the latest Lower Columbia River in-season catch and angler effort estimates by state Fish and Wildlife: From May 16-17 on the Lower Columbia anglers made 6,258 trips and caught 1,099 adult spring Chinook (773 kept and 326 released), 70 summer steelhead (64 kept and 6 released) and three sockeye (released).  Based on VSI […]
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