Andrew Summerville has a meticulous routine that has paid off. Summerville has committed to play for Stanford next season and will almost certainly be selected in Major League Baseball’s First-Year Player Draft in June.
Scientists who accepted the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s challenge to reinvent the toilet showcased their inventions in the Indian capital, New Delhi, on Saturday. The primary goal: to sanitize waste, use minimal water or electricity, and produce a usable product at low cost.
Dr. Frank Kitamoto, a leader of Bainbridge Island’s Japanese-American community, who spread awareness about Japanese internment camps, died of kidney and heart complications March 15 at a Seattle hospital. He was 74.
A review of Friday night’s Celebrate Asia concert, the annual event put on by the Seattle Symphony. The performance featured guest conductor Julia Tai, pianist Haochen Zhang and a new work by Richard Karpen, head of the UW School of Music.
A Florida prosecutor has cleared an FBI agent of any criminal wrongdoing in the fatal shooting of a Chechen man as he was being questioned about a Boston Marathon bombing suspect, two law enforcement officials with knowledge of the investigation said Friday.
I would like to know why The Seattle Times is so invested in sending the Woodland Park Zoo elephants away from their home [“Retire zoo elephants to a sanctuary,” Opinion, March 19]. It is one thing to print an article or series, but the editors seem determined to send the girls awa