A King County employee was arrested for investigation of indecent exposure after he reportedly showed his penis to a woman on a Metro bus, according to the King County Sheriff’s Office. Cindi West, a spokeswoman for the sheriff’s office, said a 30-year-old woman was sitting in the back o
Longtime Seattle City Councilmember Richard Conlin has conceded his seat to challenger Kshama Sawant. “It has been a privilege to be your representative and I am proud of what we have done together,” Conlin said this afternoon. Kshama Sawant increased her lead today over Conlin and is le
Composed by Adam Guettel (“The Light in the Piazza”), the show is about a fatal 1925 cave accident involving a young Kentucky explorer.
Book-It Repertory Theatre has adapted Denis Johnson’s short-story collection “Jesus’ Son” into a stage production, rife with Johnson’s spare, sardonic prose. Playing at West of Lenin in Seattle.
The Costco crowd is a keyhole view of diversity and the contemporary face of America, writes guest columnist Gerard Letterie.
Silas Potter Jr., the disgraced former head of a Seattle Public Schools small-business program, was sentenced to 43 months in prison today for a theft-and-kickback scheme tied to no-work contracts. “I let down a lot of people,” a contrite Potter told King County Superior Court Judge Mich
It took 150 years, but a Pennsylvania newspaper said Thursday it should have recognized the greatness of President Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address at the time it was delivered.
An unemployed electrician who killed an Indiana couple and severely injured their daughter-in-law and her newborn son in an auto-pedestrian accident in March has been sentenced to 18 1/2 years in prison. The family members were out for an afternoon walk in the Wedgewood neighborhood on Mar
Here’s more of what Seattle coach Pete Carroll had to say when he met the media today: On how did this week guy with all of the guys back from injury: “The week went very well. Guys practiced throughout, they did all of the things we asked them to do during the week and made
Seattle receiver Percy Harvin spoke to the media following practice today, and said he thinks he’s ready to play Sunday against Minnesota but that for now, it remains a day-to-day decision. Here are the quotes of what he said, with some video below as well: On how the week of practice felt: &l
Seattle’s official injury report for the Minnesota game lists just one player as out — cornerback Brandon Browner — and only one as questionable — defensive tackle Tony McDaniel. Everybody else is listed as probable or will play, which includes WR Percy Harvin, officially one
Three new ones emphasize food plucked fresh from the soil, the beauty and nutritional value of vegetables, and how to cook what you grow yourself or pick up at the local farmers market.
U.S. factories increased production for a third straight month in October, as stronger output of primary metals and furniture offset declines in auto production.
It’s open and clean, modern and homey, tools within easy reach. And it’s all part of the tender loving care Traunfeld and his husband are applying to their Paul Thiry-designed home on Capitol Hill.
Activist investor Bill Ackman's company has disclosed stakes in government-controlled mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
it might look something like this: On that cheery note: I’m off for a few days of vacation. (And, if you haven’t seen “Gravity” yet, do). Have a lovely weekend; see you Wednesday . . .
UPDATE 12:15 P.M.: The Edmonds-Kingston ferry run is back in service after stopping while police investigated a man being struck by a train near the ferry terminal this morning. Police said that ferry service was halted because the train stopped in front of the terminal, blocking traffic i