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The City of Seattle has asked the state Liquor Control Board to suspend the liquor license of Fusion Ulta Lounge, a University District nightclub.
In the background of the Greek drama is a European economy that, despite some positive numbers lately, still seems to be sliding into a deflationary trap.
Storm general manager Alisha Valavanis says “to be competitive in the (WNBA), it’s critical to have presence in the paint and length around the rim.”
Support for local control often evaporates when principles run up against the interests of moneyed backers.
We may see change when the great day comes and salmon are not so scarce. We may be inching closer.
In NFL limbo for the past five-plus months, Adrian Peterson’s future with the Minnesota Vikings is still in question.
Four finalists for Bellevue police chief addressed the lessons of Ferguson, Mo., building community trust, and possibly introducing bicycle patrols, in their first meeting with local media.
Refinery problems aside, the price of gasoline goes up every year at this time, as refiners switch over to warm-weather blend gasolines that are required to meet federal clean air mandates.
There was emotional testimony about gun violence and gun rights Thursday as a House committee considered a bill to allow guns to be temporarily confiscated from the mentally ill and those considered at risk for violence.
A Whatcom County man was diagnosed with measles after visiting a contagious relative in Los Angeles, health officials said Thursday.
Alex Rodriguez walked into the clubhouse at the Yankees’ spring training complex shortly after 9 a.m., slipped on his uniform for the first time in more than a year and exchanged handshakes and pleasantries with some of his teammates before quietly launching what he acknowledges will be a dif
Judge Daniel Rafecas decided the criminal complaint the prosecutor, Alberto Nisman, had put forward before his mysterious death last month was not sufficient to open an investigation into President Cristina Fernández.
Tons of debris were cleaned from the floor, allowing the tunnel machine to start moving again
“The reasons are really unclear,” said Dr. Gilles van Cutsem, who helped run the response in Liberia by Doctors Without Borders and gave a presentation describing its experience at an AIDS conference in Seattle.
A group of 52 adults and college students is headed to the Deep South to see people and places that were key to the civil-rights efforts in the 1950s and 1960s, and are still important today.
The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues concluded that policies such as travel curbs or quarantine should be based on science and use the least restrictive means necessary.
Jim Herman somehow made it around PGA National without a bogey for a 5-under 65 and a one-shot lead at the Honda Classic.
An essay is one of the first times Dr. Craig Spencer has given a detailed public accounting of his illness and how it affected him, physically and psychologically.
Hate crimes are on the rise in Washington state. The Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs almost 300 incidents in 2013 — the most recent year available.