Roasting potatoes in the ashes is a long-standing practice that became especially prevalent in New York during the Depression, when people were hungry, potatoes cheap and empty lots around the city plentiful.
With each of the U.S. Women’s team’s five goals against defending champions Japan, the crowd at Atlantic Crossing in Seattle erupted with cheers and emotion. Read more about how the U.S. claimed its first World Cup title in 16 years.
Two adults were shot, one fatally, at Les Gove Park in Auburn on Sunday night, police said. The two victims of the 9:29 p.m. shooting at the park on Ninth Street Southeast near Auburn Way South were a man and a woman, Auburn Police Department Investigations Cmdr. Mike Hirman said. The man died and the woman was taken […]
CALAIS, Maine (AP) — A 22-year-old man who was drinking and celebrating the Fourth of July tried to launch a firework off the top of his head, killing him instantly, authorities said Sunday. Devon Staples and his friends had been drinking and setting off fireworks Saturday night in the backyard of a friend’s home in […]
UW officials say they are disappointed to receive less than half the $40 million they hoped the state would contribute toward construction of a new computer-science building. A new building, they say, would allow them to double the number of degrees the department awards.
Though veterans Abby Wambach and Christie Rampone were nominally the co-captains of the U.S. women’s national team, when both of them started the Women’s World Cup final on the bench, the honor went to midfielder Carli Lloyd.