The shooting of Akai Gurley, 28, who was unarmed, occurred late Thursday as Officer Peter Liang, 27, and another rookie officer patrolled the Louis Pink Houses in Brooklyn’s gritty East New York neighborhood.
After President Obama’s immigration speech, millions of immigrants illegally in the U.S. began to make new plans for their lives, free of the threat of deportation.
Here’s a partial list of the services helped by last year’s campaign.
Amid an outcry over Julien Blanc’s dating tips, which some say verge on rape promotion, and an online petition with more than 150,000 signatures, the British government barred the California man from entering the country.
New York coach Mike Petke bristled at the idea that his Red Bulls could be considered underdogs in their of the Eastern Conference finals series against the New England Revolution.
A closer look at Saturday’s game
A man who was allegedly behind the wheel during a crash in Auburn that killed four and left a fifth comatose is in jail on $750,000 bail and facing four counts of vehicular homicide.
President Obama’s order allows U.S. forces to carry out missions against the Taliban and other militant groups threatening U.S. troops or the Afghan government.
A Thursday night discussion, “A Bridge to China: Exploring the Northwest’s Future with the East,” was the second of The Seattle Times’ LiveWire events series.
Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson’s hearing for the appeal of his suspension will be held Dec. 2 — and it will not be in front of league commissioner Roger Goodell.
The 12 agencies aided by The Seattle Times Fund For The Needy help the hungry, the homeless, the forgotten, the vulnerable. The drive is starting its 36th annual campaign.
Nearly 2,000 people attend a celebration of life memorial service for Parker Moore on Thursday evening in the gym at Linfield College.
The retail giant is simplifying its clearance strategy by replacing its half-yearly sales, which happen in the summer and toward the end of the year, with six clearance events aligned with the holidays. The Anniversary Sale, in July, will remain unchanged.
In the wake of a hazing incident this fall, a University of Washington fraternity is disbanding, and all of its members are moving out.
A review of “BLEED,” an hourlong non-narrative dance piece by prominent American choreographer Tere O’Connor.
A Chinese national who caused a fatal crash in Des Moines in November 2012 has been deported and is barred from returning to the U.S. for 10 years, according to a spokesman for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in Seattle.
Members of the local Bosnian community are calling for a thorough investigation after 15 to 20 headstones at the Islamic Cemetery of the Bosniaks in Woodinville were toppled and damaged.
A man struck by a van Thursday in Seattle's Delridge neighborhood did not survive, police say.