Those who think the Seahawks may be on the verge of a dynasty have a somewhat unlikely ally --- Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana. I say unlikely only in the sense that Montana created his legend with Seattle's arch-rival, the 49ers.
A vendor accidentally shot a woman in the leg while demonstrating a gun and holster at a central Pennsylvania gun show, police said.
Below is the lineup for today's game against the Indians, and you see a few changes with it being both a Sunday, and the Mariners going against a left-handed pitcher in T.J. House.
A moderate earthquake struck in Arizona near the New Mexico line that was widely felt across the region, but no injuries or damages were immediately reported.
Seattle Pride Parade: The 40th annual parade kicks off at Fourth Avenue and Union Street at 11 a.m. Details can be found here and here. This year's theme is Generations of Pride, honoring those who fought the early battles for equality and those continuing to advocate for it.
A mysterious wasting syndrome is wiping out sea stars along the entire West Coast, with a new flareup in Washington hitting hard this month and walloping Oregon waters previously unaffected.
World Cup organizers say two people were treated for injuries after fights involving fans from Brazil, Colombia and Uruguay at Maracana Stadium on Saturday.
Authorities are searching for an Arizona man who reportedly fell into the Colorado River while on a rafting trip in Grand Canyon National Park.
The Philippine president and police on Sunday warned of a possible terrorist attack in the south and ordered security to be beefed up in the volatile region.
I’m saddened by the tone of columnist Sarah Stuteville’s reference to the recent tragic incidents of gun violence in our country [“Visiting students taken aback by easy access to guns in U.S.,” Local News, June 26].
They call it “weed” because marijuana supposedly grows like one. But it’s not simple getting this multimillion-dollar product to market. This second story in our Seed to Sale series focuses on the plants themselves and the quirks and challenges of growing at an industrial scale.
Here is the latest fishing report from Dave Graybill, longtime Eastern Washington outdoor radio host and angler:
Where to play, eat and stay at the Washington coast town.
Traditional Japanese buildings, including some that once housed apprentice geisha, have been renovated as vacation rentals in Kyoto.
Across a wide belt that stretches halfway around the globe, the world's estimated 1.6 billion Muslims will mark the beginning of Ramadan this weekend. The holy season is marred by unprecedented turmoil, violence and sectarian hatreds that threaten to rip apart the Middle East, the epicenter of Islam.
Brazil forward Neymar has a swollen right thigh after Saturday's penalty shootout win against Chile at the World Cup and may need several days to recover.
TV picks for Sunday, June 29, 2014, include “Vicious” on KCTS, “Unforgettable” on CBS and “Devious Maids” on Lifetime.
Dr. Linda Pourmassina offers three tips for staying safe in the summertime.
The author wrote the episode for the return of the hit TV adaptation of his 2009 sci-fi novel, and he will also make a cameo in the episode, airing Monday, June 30, on CBS.
Seattle Times readers rant about aggressive cyclists and drivers, and rave about the kindness of strangers.