Scouting report: San Diego State Game info: 12 p.m. Sunday at Viejas Arena (12,414 capacity). TV: CBS Sports Network (Dave Ryan and Doug Gottlieb) Radio: 950-AM KJR (Bob Rondeau and Jason Hamilton). Record: 6-1. 2012-13 record: 23-11 overall, 9-7 (tied fourth in Mountain Big West). Stats/schedule: C
At some point soon, and not soon enough, we’ll get back to talking and writing and analyzing football. And at some point today, we should get closer to that as the Huskies are expected to formally learn of their bowl destination. The likely scenario still is Washington playing BYU in the
Robbery suspect killed: An armed man was killed by gunfire after Tukwila police responded to a call of a robbery in progress and surrounded a convenience store at about 7:30 p.m. Saturday. An employee of the Cash & Carry store called 911 to report that a masked man armed with a pistol was inside att
ABC says it will air four fewer episodes of "Scandal" than planned this season.
Speak up and challenge the status quo Nelson Mandela’s words and actions spoke volumes about his character [“A devoted champion for peace and social justice,” page one, Dec. 6]. I had an awesome college professor from South Africa who knew Nelson Mandela well. Mzamo Mangaliso has w
Here is Tony Floor’s monthly Tackle Box: Here is your early December quiz question for the month: What northwest city and county is recognized for their dairy products such as cheese and yogurt? If you guessed Tillamook, advance to “GO” and collect $200. I’ve been looking for
If you don’t like your salary, change your attitude about work It would be nice if the fast food workers got a $5-plus pay raise, but would that office worker who is making $13 an hour get a $6-an-hour raise to maintain that pay equality? [“$15 pay push: Seattle’s turn,” page
Before getting to the links, here’s my pick for Sunday’s game as published in the paper: Seahawks 21, 49ers 16: Seattle enters a game as a Vegas underdog for the first, and probably only, time during the regular season. And this is a tough venue and a tough turnaround from Monday night.
Seattle Times readers rave about helpful strangers and neighbors, and rant about motorists who make bus riding difficult and a cellphone “Chatty Cathy” who also put up her bare feet on a coffeehouse table.
TV picks for Sunday, Dec. 8, 2013, include “Bonnie & Clyde” on History, Lifetime and A&E; “Bob’s Burgers” on Fox; and “Revenge” on ABC.
Advice columnist Carolyn Hax gets a letter from a reader appalled at being “Scrooge’s Sibling.” But Carolyn suggests there could be more than meets the eye.
Standing at your desk at work has its benefits — a lower risk of obesity, cancer and death, as well as a boost in mood and alertness. But there are also serious risks.
Before Walt Disney added a spoonful of sugar to her, Mary Poppins was a much more complicated character in P.L. Travers’ books.
A year-end list compiled by Seattle Times book editor Mary Ann Gwinn and reviewers.
Teen Tix director Holly Arsenault’s mission is to excite teens about the arts, by offering inexpensive tickets to cultural events. This year, participants have purchased 10,000 tickets through the program.
Seattle Times movie critic Moira Macdonald shares her favorite snowy scenes in “Swing Time,” “Moonstruck” and “Edward Scissorhands.”
The week of Dec. 8-14, 2013: Satisfy your sweet tooth with holiday treats, meet “Hild” author Nicola Griffith and celebrate dance film with Velocity Dance Center.
Janet Evanovich’s “Takedown Twenty” is a best-selling hardcover fiction novel, while Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard’s “Killing Jesus” is a favorite in hardcover nonfiction.
Mary Oliver’s “Dog Songs” and Malala Yousafzai’s “I Am Malala” are favorites titles in the Pacific Northwest.