Two men were rescued after their vessel sank near the mouth of Steamboat Slough in Snohomish County Tuesday afternoon.
The Seattle Times editorial “Inslee’s budget goals are good; approach is risky” [Opinion, Dec. 21] was inconclusive.
Search data provide something less tangible than retail spending numbers that show an economy on the upswing. They reveal a repository for our collective wants.
Some of our state’s forests are in crisis — damaged, degraded, in danger of burning or simply dying off.
Snoqualmie Ice Cream, which provides ice-cream base to some of Seattle's most popular ice cream shops, has issued a recall of all its products after the bacteria Listeria monocytogenes was found in its production facility and, subsequently, samples of its vanilla ice cream, reports th
Colorado was the first state to legalize recreational marijuana sales. Now the state's voters may consider a ballot measure to allow pot smokers to carry a concealed firearm.
With hard cider’s popularity on the rise, classes in Mount Vernon are helping hobbyists refine their products and move into business.
A Canadian man was sentenced to life in prison Tuesday for killing and dismembering his Chinese lover and mailing the body parts to schools and political parties across a horrified country.
Patrick Lynch was hollering.
A happy-hour write-up of Vittles in Belltown, whose chef, Darlene Boline, specializes in New American food.
Cuba is celebrating the return of three intelligence agents imprisoned in the United States for more than a decade, and the joyful but puzzling news that one of their wives is expecting just two weeks from now.
Bubbling racial tensions should not be allowed to derail a necessary national conversation about policing.
Eastside Catholic has one more game left, and it will be a doozy. The Crusaders' opponent in the first annual Burger King State Champions Bowl Series is Trinity Christian (Fla.), an 11-2 team which is somehow not nationally ranked.
P&P's taking a couple of days off, so that its proprietor can have herself a merry little Christmas -- and may I say that I hope you and yours have one as well. (Note that there will be no Friday-noon live chat this week, but the chat will return Friday, Jan 2.) As is tradition (well, I th
Federal mediators have offered to get involved in negotiations to resolve a labor dispute between longshoremen and shipping lines that threatens to disrupt movement of goods through West Coast ports.
The roster of folks speaking up about Microsoft's closely watched data privacy court case now includes a government.
Seattle Times theater critic Misha Berson compiles her annual list of what was hot, and what was not, in the Seattle-area theater season that was.
Procrastinators fear not. Several Seattle shops could be your answer for stocking-filler needs and more.