Hoping to persuade more shoppers to buy hard-to-install items from its website, Amazon now offers customers connections to the local handyman. Shoppers can also find music lessons and gardeners, too.
A man who killed a Seattle teen during a drive-by shooting spree nearly two years ago has been found guilty of manslaughter and nine other charges, but avoided a conviction on first-degree murder.
More than 300 people signed up to testify at a House Education Committee hearing on a bill that would require school districts to consider student test scores as a factor in teacher evaluations.
NBC said Monday it will air a Dec. 3 live production of the hit 1970s stage reinvention of “The Wizard of Oz.” Its partner will be Cirque du Soleil’s new stage theatrical division, which will then present “The Wiz” on Broadway.
A young male cougar was shot and killed after it prowled around one Winthrop-area residence, then ran to a neighboring home and tried to get in through its dog door two weeks ago.
The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) has decided to keep the viaduct open to traffic during the delicate operation, which started Monday.
The channel continues its focus on people and wilderness with a new season of shows about polar adventurers, Alaskan distillers, ocean activists and animal shelters in need of makeovers.
At its sit-down restaurants, Ivar’s will boost menu prices and do away with tips as it adjusts to Seattle’s new minimum wage. Its quick-serve employees both in and outside the city will see wages bumped to $11 an hour.
REI is joining an ambitious campaign to help steer younger and more diverse visitors to the national park system, which celebrates its centennial next year.
Add music festivals to the list of organizations who dislike the devices.
Nearly one in five college students may suffer from “exploding head syndrome,” a psychological condition in which people are abruptly awakened from sleep by imaginary loud noises or blasts.
Airline locks down some frequent-flier accounts after breach, says most personal information is safe.
A new program at Shoreline Community College will give 56 incoming students who live in Shoreline and Lake Forest Park a two-year, full-ride scholarship.
A Federal Way police officer shot and wounded a man on Pacific Highway South after the man apparently ignored commands to drop the knife he was holding.
All the flavors of a classic carrot cake — golden raisins, grated carrots, chopped walnuts and brown sugar — are combined into a crispy waffle perfect for breakfast or lunch.
In her new e-book, author Litsa Dremousis uses her personal experience to examine the risk-taking behavior inherent to mountaineering.
As city officials review their response to a toppled fish truck, a Seattle Tunnel Partners executive says his team was eager to help.
TV picks for Monday, March 30, 2015, include “Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies” on KCTS, “The Voice” on NBC and “The Following” on Fox.
Readers happy for free items, outraged at phone chatter at concert
ArtsWest Playhouse in West Seattle will present six shows ranging from “American Idiot” to “Death of a Salesman” in its 2015-16 season.