The FBI this week added to its list of most wanted cybercriminals a former San Diego college student who developed an $89 program called “Loverspy” or “Email PI.”
A 14-year-old boy accused of raping an 8-year-old girl in Kent on Thursday waived his appearance in court Friday, when King County Superior Court Judge Helen Halpert found probable cause to hold the boy in secure detention on investigation of first-degree rape and first-degree rape of a child. The g
UPDATE 7:35 P.M.| The power outage closed six Seattle Parks and Recreation facilities tonight: Meadowbrook Community Center and Pool, Ravenna-Eckstein Community Center, Magnuson Community Center, and Green Lake Community Center and Pool. A release from the parks department said it expects
The Pac-12 was a perfect 12-0 in season openers last year and I predict they’ll do it again this year. Here’s a look at what’s on tap tonight. FRIDAY’S SCHEDULE: No. 19 Oregon vs. Georgetown in Seoul, South Korea, 5 p.m. ….. ESPN Evergreen State at Utah, 5 p.m. &hellip
A piece of crap? Boeing’s contract proposal to its machinists didn’t sit too well with them at a meeting yesterday where their union president declared the offer to be a “piece of crap.” Boeing says new contract will determine whether the 777X jet is built in Everett. Shot fo
At 19, Nigel Williams-Goss is one of the youngest players on the Washington team, however, the freshman point guard plays like cagey old veteran. He’s not shy about being vocal on the court and giving direction. “I don’t think I’m bossy in a sense,” he said. “I th
Let’s acknowledge the modern versions of slavery in the world around us, writes Nicholas D. Kristof. That includes right here at home.
In the video (above), Coach Lorenzo Romar talked about Sunday’s season opener against Seattle University, the loss of Desmond Simmons, who underwent arthroscopic knee surgery this week and having the most offensively balanced team since he’s been at Washington. Here’s a partial tra
Pump prices are approaching the lowest level since 2011, just before unrest in the Middle East pushed U.S. crude oil above $100 a barrel and gasoline near $4 a gallon. In AAA’s survey for the Seattle area, regular is selling for an average $3.40 a gallon.
We received several thoughtful responses to this week’s question: What’s the best way to measure student performance? Peter Henry of Edmonds referred to his own experience as a math instructor. Part of his response: “Assessment is a natural part of teaching and learning, and it fun
Just one day after a 55-year-old man’s left arm was severed in an industrial accident at a Seattle fortune-cookie company, Seattle Fire crews were dispatched to Capitol Hill today where a woman’s arm apparently was caught in a dough-making machine at a noodle house in the 400 block
Police are looking into whether a fire that destroyed 10 apartment units and injured seven people in Bellevue this week was caused by someone cooking a cannabis-related product.
Seattle’s official injury report for the Atlanta game has been released, and it lists FB Derrick Coleman (hamstring), C Max Unger (concussion), DT Jordan Hill (biceps) and DE Red Bryant (concussion) as out. Unger, Bryant and Hill were all hurt against Tampa Bay. Coach Pete Carroll said after p
Many items that make up the searing images from the assassination of President John F. Kennedy -- from the ill-fated presidential limousine, to the gravesite eternal flame, to the historic Air Force One plane where Lyndon B. Johnson took the oath of office -- are available for public viewing 50 years later.
Pepper Proud tours the way a folk artist should. She’s just as likely to show up in someone’s living room as she is a club stage, and whenever she can, she camps out. All that time outdoors gave Proud a deep appreciation for the one resource we absolutely cannot do without: water. It&rsq
Regardless of the result, @brad_evans3 played great and is still "The Sheriff" in my book. The offer to serve @KingCoSheriff still stands! — John Urquhart (@SheriffJohnU) November 8, 2013 There was a fun little side plot leading into Thursday’s second leg in the Western Conference semifi
Some schools are letting kids with live lice in their hair back in the classroom, a less restrictive policy that has parents scratching their heads.