Kasey Kahne, veteran driver from Enumclaw, preparing to open season at Daytona 500.
Hospitals are suing over state rules requiring scrutiny of “affiliations” and mergers as well as sales, purchases or leases of hospitals.
One of our photographers, John Lok, was at Sounders FC practice Thursday. He was there at the Starfire Sports Complex in Tukwila to shoot some of the team's new additions for upcoming stories, and he was kind enough to pass along some pictures on Twitter:
Customers aren’t so sure about the Comcast deal — they expect higher prices and a decline in customer service — a reaction that underscores the challenge facing Comcast as it tries to sell the Time Warner Cable deal to regulators and the general public.
The unnamed civilian National Security Agency employee resigned last month after the government revoked his security clearance, according to a letter that NSA legislative director Ethan Bauman sent to the House Judiciary Committee.
It was only the third time the U.S. has swept the podium in the Winter Olympics, but the first time it was done by three “bros.”
The state House on Thursday passed a ban on efforts to change a minor’s sexual orientation.
A Thurston County family is offering a $1,000 reward for the return of their dog, missing after their SUV was broken into near CenturyLink Field during last Wednesday’s Seahawks victory celebration.
Former Sonics broadcaster Kevin Calabro will be the lead NBA play-by-play announcer for ESPN Radio. He will continue to call Pac-12 basketball and football games on TV for Pac-12 Networks.
Freezing weather usually slows the economy during winter before growth picks up once temperatures rise again. But the onslaught of snow days this winter could prolong the slowdown.
Doctors gathered in Olympia for the Washington State Medical Association's 2014 Legislative Summit listened carefully for some key words in Gov. Jay Inslee's address Monday, and were pleased to hear him claim some of their priorities as his own.
Mariners pitcher Taijuan Walker said he’s taking it slow after experiencing soreness in his pitching shoulder. But Walker and manager Lloyd McClendon say there’s no reason for concern.
In another good NFL Network interview with a Seahawk player, linebacker Bobby Wagner was a guest today on NFL Network's NFL AM (here's a little video preview).
Yesterday, the Mariners announced that Hisashi Iwakuma was out four to six weeks with a strained tendon in his middle finger of his pitching hand. This morning manager Lloyd McClendon mentioned that Taijuan Walker has some mild soreness in his shoulder that has put him slightly behind.
We've been a little lax with the links of late while taking a little of a post-Super Bowl breather. But going forward we'll try to get some up daily --- at least a top 10 list of links, if nothing else. For tonight, here are a few as we play a little catch-up:
With all of the Mariners news coming out of Peoria, Ryan Divish will provide the latest in a live chat on Friday at noon.
Following Washington's 64-60 win over Stanford, the Huskies (14-11, 6-6 Pac-12) climbed one spot into seventh place in the conference standings.
Screenings and events in the Seattle area include romances (“Harold and Maude,” “Before Sunrise,” Before Sunset,” “Before Midnight” and more), plus the “Woody Allen in the ’80s” series and “Fantastic Voyage: Black Presence in Sci-Fi,
A 3.5-star review of “Like Father, Like Son,” a family drama from filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-eda.
A three-star review of the jazz documentary “The Girls in the Band,” a superbly directed look at the role of women in that musical movement.