Midfielder Brad Evans, a Sounder since 2009, will stay with the club after signing a multiyear deal, the club announced Wednesday.
But the coastal razor clam season remains excellent.
A 25-year-old man died this afternoon after being struck by a falling tree near Arlington. A relative of the victim called for help around 3:45 p.m. after seeing a tree on top of a tent where the man had been living, said Snohomish County sheriff’s spokesman Shari Ireton. Author
Update at 5;58 p.m. | EUGENE, Ore. — Police in Eugene, Ore., say an officer fatally shot a 44-year-old man Wednesday afternoon near Churchill High School. Police spokeswoman Melinda McLaughlin says the man who was killed was armed with a handgun. Acting police Capt. Scott Fellman says an
A proposed coal-export terminal for Longview has generated more than 163,000 public comments for regulators to review.
Toyota’s hybrid technology faced considerable skepticism until the Prius was introduced in 1997 in Japan and in 2000 in the United States. Now that Toyota, the biggest carmaker in the world, is signaling its commitment to hydrogen fuel-cell technology, it hopes interest will follow.
Boeing has masterfully made this proud state feel insecure, writes guest columnist Brendan Williams.
Recent research from Johns Hopkins researcher Bob Balfanz has shed new light on the connection between chronic absenteeism and high-school dropout rates. Among his findings: sixth-graders who miss 20 or more days of class have just a 20-percent chance of graduating on time. Although chronic absentee
A European contribution to Native American ancestry could explain why many ancient Native American skulls, including that of the well-known Kennewick Man, look very different from those of the present-day population.
The highly dramatized series takes a look at developer Michael Mastro and his wife Linda, now living in France.
There's no simple formula for deciding which console is best for which home. But here are a few tips and comparisons among the three systems.
Seattle Times reader Selvakumar Srinivasan’s photo of autumn leaves in a time-lapse exposure with a flowing stream.
You might not cut a perfect tree in the wild, but you’ll get a woodsy, snowy adventure you won’t soon forget.
An increase in shopping last month during the partial government shutdown suggests that the U.S. economy may be more resilient than some have feared.
Nationwide, 5 million to 7.5 million students are chronically absent each year. In Seattle, this amounts to missing at least 18 days — or about a month’s worth of school. All too often, no one notices or even cares if these kids don’t show up. Our research at Johns Hopkins Uni
Susan Hutchison, the new chair of the state Republican party, gets a salary of about $75,000 a year — substantially less than the $95,000 earned by her predecessor, Kirby Wilbur. But when Hutchison tried last weekend to convince the GOP executive committee to boost her pay to Wilbur’s le
The Modigliani Quartet performed Debussy, Shostakovich and Arriaga with clarity and grace on Tuesday night in Seattle.
The one thing the Windows Phone platform keeps getting dinged on is its relative lack of apps compared to rivals iOS and Android. Microsoft has typically responded by saying that it has most of the top apps. In September, Terry Myerson, Microsoft’s executive vice president of the Operating Sys
What is the Washington Aerospace Partnership trying to tell us in that full-page ad placed in today’s Seattle Times? One unfortunate thing it tells us is that whichever marketing firm made the ad doesn’t know its airplanes. The state has already passed $8.7 billion in tax breaks to persu