The Japan Transport Safety Board’s probe focused on a lithium-ion battery that overheated aboard an ANA Holdings flight last year.
An Amber Alert has been issued for a 2-year-old boy who was taken from his Skagit Valley home by his father, who had threatened to harm both the boy and his mother.
For Seattle, versatile reliever Tom Wilhelmsen is making the start on Thursday in place of Chris Young.
Here are some notable game notes ahead of Wednesday night's Sounders at FC Dallas match in Frisco, Texas:.
A federal grand jury in Seattle has indicted the former cross-country ski coach at The Bush School on three child pornography-related charges and a single count of transportation of minors with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity after he allegedly hid a video camera in the room of a f
State Senate Republicans are taking pains this week to try to finger Democrats as the bad guys when it comes to cutting higher education funding and allowing steep college tuition hikes.
A 45-year-old Bonney Lake man faces up to 20 years in prison after pleading guilty this week in U.S. District Court to possessing and distributing child pornography, including a nearly six-minute video that shows the sexual abuse of an infant girl who was hung upside-down, beaten and tortu
President Barack Obama glossed over some inconvenient truths Tuesday in his climate-change speech to the United Nations. For one, as the U.S. cleans up emissions at home, it's sending dirty fuel abroad to pollute the same sky.
India celebrated putting a spacecraft into orbit around Mars on Wednesday, hoping the rare feat will show the world it is open for business in space exploration and inspire a new generation of homegrown scientists to help drive growth.
Many of the $27 tickets for public use of marijuana were written by one Seattle police officer described as having a political agenda.
Alaska, Arkansas, Nebraska and South Dakota — four solid-red states whose voters often oppose the president’s agenda — might be next to raise the wage floor of America’s lowest-paid hourly workers.
Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant's proposal to consider radically changing how City Light charges for electricity went dark Wednesday due to a lack of support from her colleagues.
The Dowager Duchess, the last of the six eccentric Mitford sisters, was an author and businesswoman who helped turn her husband’s ancestral estate, Chatsworth, into a tourist attraction.
Wherein we take a serious, stern, traditional look at the state of football in the conference . . .
Federal prosecutors say a 47-year-old man provided cocaine to secure votes for school board candidates in South Texas.
Danny Westneat's column points to a better way to talk about poverty: taking the distribution of wealth and income into account ["Surrounded by a feeling of poverty amid signs of prosperity," Local News, Sept. 23].
Junior linebacker Shaq Thompson remains in the running to play on offense for the Huskies.
The National Rifle Association is boosting Dan Newhouse in Central Washington's 4th Congressional District race, endorsing him over fellow Republican Clint Didier.
State candidates elected in the Nov. 4 election will head to Olympia and make decisions that directly affect the cost of attending college, according to guest columnists Beth Willis and Shaunta Hyde.