About to board an early flight here in Honolulu, but wanted to pass along a few links:
About the man shot dead by police on Queen Anne last night: We hope to have more on this incident this morning.
In a first, two professional women's leagues will go head-to-head for national television viewership in key playoff matchups Sunday afternoon. Seattle Reign FC will face FC Kansas City at noon on ESPN2 for its first championship in the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL). It's the second year of t
Police say an armored truck overturned on a Rhode Island highway, spilling bags of money that quickly drew passers-by.
RAVE To the young couple who helped this senior couple on Highway 2 when we were pulled over with a flat tire. There was no cellphone service in the narrow canyon and these wonderful people drove to Leavenworth to call AAA, then drove back to tell us that help was on the way before continuing their
Here is the latest fishing report from Anton Jones of Darrell & Dad's Family Guide Service:
A van slammed into a fuel tanker in western Afghanistan on Sunday, killing 23 people in the latest horrific accident in a country with poorly maintained roads and often reckless driving.
Suddenly, it feels like that was pretty fast, as we're now just five days away from the first game of the season.
Famed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson retains a childlike love of the physical world. In advance of two sold-out nights at the Paramount Theatre, he talks stars, GMOs and his love of the night sky.
In a free society there is a need for law and order [“SPD officers say city ‘playing politics’ with their lives,” Local News, Aug. 28]. That need requires personnel of quality and, in many cases. quantity.
I would like to express my extreme displeasure in the unfounded characterization of in an article on Beacon Hill International School [“Seattle school under review for big jump in state test results,” Local News, Aug. 27].
The effort to contain Ebola in Senegal is "a top priority emergency," the World Health Organization said Sunday, as the government continued tracing everyone who came in contact with a Guinean student who has tested positive for the deadly disease in the capital, Dakar.
Writer and traveler Elizabeth Pisani gives advice on exploring the sprawling country.
Happy Labor Day weekend! Here's your homework:
We're honored that our colleague (OK, boss) at ArtsPage HQ chose the Every Simpsons Ever marathon (showing on FXX) thread to be part of the "Weekend Preview for Bumbershoot Haters" post. Not that we advocate hating Bumbershoot (although some readers do; check the comment thread on the festival
Peace and positive vibes in the laid-back Ojai valley.
Wine roads, ale trails and hiking paths intersect in the fruit basket of Central Washington.
Headdresses have deep spiritual and cultural meaning for Native Americans. But lately a lot of people have been playing dress-up in them, reigniting a longstanding debate about cultural misappropriation.