Lucille Ball's classic antics are colorized in an "I Love Lucy" holiday special airing on CBS. But daughter Lucie Arnaz's vivid family Christmas memories don't require any embellishment to shine.
There’s a chance of snow in the Puget Sound area on Friday morning, says the National Weather Service.
Until now, people were told to strive for blood pressures below 140/90, with some taking multiple drugs to achieve that goal.
Earlier this season, we polled readers on their favorite holiday TV specials. The winner — the enchanting 1965 animated special in which the Peanuts gang discovers the true meaning of Christmas — returns to ABC at 8 p.m. on Thursday. True Peanuts fans may also want to note that Vince Gua
After some troops secretly protested to the Pentagon, Capt. J.R. Nettleton concluded the more suitable place to put the Nativity scenes was in the chapel on a hilltop above the McDonald’s.
Marcus Mason beat out Teondray Caldwell for Washington State’s running back job and has been solid, averaging 5.1 yards per carry and catching 49 passes this season.
Sparse crowds at malls and "50 percent off" signs at The Gap and other stores offer clues as to how this holiday season is shaping up so far: It's the most discount-driven one since the U.S. was in a deep recession. It's also the most disappointing for stores.
There will be no special session in Olympia to pass a multibillion-dollar transportation package, but lawmakers say they’ll try again during the regular session that starts in January.
Tarrant County District Attorney Joe Shannon is asking a juvenile-court judge to put Ethan Couch behind bars on two counts of intoxication assault that he says are pending before the court.
A study released Wednesday says Washington’s roughly 750,000 marijuana users will have consumed between 135 and 225 metric tons of the drug in 2013.
The stock market had a swift and clear reaction to the Federal Reserve's decision to trim its stimulus efforts: That wasn't so bad after all.
Mariners re-sign Franklin Gutierrez to a one-year deal with a $1 million base salary and performance incentives.
The online giant will debut a limited preview of the Amazon Web Services business in China early next year.
Businesses would rather buy labor-saving equipment A $15 minimum wage would prove to be a cruel hoax on those currently making minimum wage [“$15 wage efforts gaining steam in Seattle,” page one, Dec. 18]. At this point low-level workers cannot compete with someone qualified to earn $15
Polymer bank notes are catching on around the world, despite skepticism from consumers wherever they are introduced.
Officials from five state health exchanges agreed that the challenges have been daunting and that indications over the past couple of weeks are very encouraging, with consumers signing up for insurance at a rapidly rising rate as the deadline approaches for obtaining coverage by Jan. 1. In a me
The state’s Health Care Authority says it expects it will take until Dec. 31 to file an emergency rule to amend estate-recovery rules for Medicaid, the subject of a story in The Seattle Times this week. The state issued notice Monday that it would amend the policy to avoid “unintended co
North Charleston, S.C., the only place outside Washington state where new Boeing jetliners are produced, has been notably muted during the multistate competition to land the 777X.
Boeing this week will narrow “down to a handful” its list of possible sites to build the 777X jet and its advanced composite wing. Washington is among 22 states that have submitted proposals. The Seattle Times in the next few days will report on several of the contending sites.
Ken “The Hutch” Hutcherson, 61, a Redmond pastor who played for the Seahawks from 1976 to 1977 and made waves with his opposition to gay rights and gay marriage, died shortly before noon today. He had battled prostate cancer for more than a decade. Hutcherson, who spoke of