Use of antibiotics to fatten cattle, hogs and chickens for human consumption will be phased out by 2017, as U.S. regulators seek to curb a rise in more deadly forms of foodborne pathogens.
A Mill Creek couple are accused of taking money intended as donations for children’s charitable organizations. The state Attorney General filed a restraining order and a complaint today in King County Superior Court, accusing Michael and Amy Gannon of violating the state Consumer Protection Ac
The final group-stage games of the UEFA Champions League were played Wednesday. That means that eight groups have been resolved with winners (in one pot), runners-up (in the other pot), third-place finishers (eliminated, but enter into the UEFA Europa League) and last-place teams (eliminated). The d
By Erik Schmidt Erik Schmidt, 24, grew up in Maple Valley and attended Western Washington University. He grew up an avid Sonics fan and now celebrates Northwest representation in the NBA and college hoops. Spencer Hawes, the former Seattle Prep and University of Washington star, is quietly having hi
The cost of flying is headed higher now that Congress has agreed on a budget deal.
Frank Lawler and Daniel Flint’s pun-laden “Holiday of Errors (or Much Ado About Stockings)” borrows liberally from the works of William Shakespeare and Charles Dickens in a nontraditional holiday comedy, which Sound Theatre Company is premiering.
Join the locals at Dungeness Bay for a toe-chilling, traditional way of shellfishing.
Advancing technology could make a large impact on our lives I like the idea of Amazon.com delivering their products with drones [“Amazon delivers some pie in the sky with drones plan,” Business Dec. 3]. It is a unique idea that allows me to order something on Amazon and see it delivered
The House passed legislation Wednesday that instructs the Veterans Affairs Department to unearth the remains of an Army veteran buried with military honors last year even after police said he killed an Indianapolis woman and injured three others before taking his own life.
Microsoft has made much of its money over the years by charging manufacturers licensing fees for using Microsoft’s operating systems — whether Windows or Windows Phone — in the devices that they produce. But that may change. Microsoft is now considering offering its Windows RT tabl
When it comes to climate change, local officials have a message for Washington: Lead or get out of the way.
The Machinists union Wednesday made a preliminary contract offer to Boeing, seeking a labor deal that would secure the building of the 777X jet for Everett.
Citing a potential threat to public health, the Food and Drug Administration is taking steps toward phasing out the use of some antibiotics in animals processed for meat.
Seattle Mayor-elect Ed Murray names more members of his administrative team. They aren’t high-profile picks, but they have lengthy résumés in government and the private sector.
A spokeswoman for Kate Winslet says the actress has given birth to a son and is "doing great."
Seattle signs Hart to a one-year deal while the Mariners trade Carter Capps to get Morrison, according to sources.
Sgt. Rich O’Neill, president of the Seattle Police Officers’ Guild, will return to police duties on March 1 after serving eight years marked by conflict and controversy.
Higher tax rates and more hiring have boosted revenue.
Washington junior Austin Seferian-Jenkins won the John Mackey Award as the nation’s best tight end. Bishop Sankey will learn Thursday if he has won the Doak Walker Award, given to the nation’s top running back.
Paying Cano $240 million seems risky, but the economics of baseball have changed and the Mariners also should reap the benefits of their regional TV network.