Tell your sister you’ll help your other nieces and nephews when they need something special, advice columnist Carolyn Hax says.
The canine influenza outbreak that has infected more than 1,000 dogs in the Midwest involves the H3N2 virus, a strain new to the U.S. and previously seen in southern Chinese and South Korean dog populations, scientists say.
A woman feels “somewhat abandoned” after her mother’s surprising death because her sister appears less devastated.
Vocalist Chris Cornell says it “makes no sense” for the co-founder of the Seattle studio where the album was recorded to claim he owns the tapes.
Security agents at Denver airport reportedly manipulated screening systems to let one of them grope male travelers.
Europe travel specialist Rick Steves gives a rundown on fun exercise while traveling, from biking in European cities to in-line skate nights, swimming and even ski-jumping.
New books by Seattle-area authors: Kevin Bailey’s “The Western Flyer,” Debbie Macomber’s “Last One Home,” Kyle Boelte’s “The Beautiful Unseen” and for young readers, Brianna Caplan Sayres and Mike Boldt’s “Tiara Saurus Rex.”
The Coast Guard says protesters opposed to offshore drilling in the Arctic will have to stay in safety zones when a drill rig arrives in Seattle.
Man is bitten after trying to retrieve ball and disturbing the crocodile.
Seattle soul singer Allen Stone got a joyous and celebratory reception Monday, April 13, as he kicked off the five-concert series ‘Evolution of an Artist’ at the Triple Door.
Saying that lawmakers aren’t going far enough to fulfill the state Supreme Court’s order on public-school funding, state Superintendent Randy Dorn Tuesday released his own proposal.
A 43-year-old Portland man has been accused of stealing nearly $60,000 worth of tools from his employer, Leatherman Tool Group, before he resigned last September.
New DVD releases for Tuesday, April 14, include Tim Burton’s “Big Eyes,” the horror flick “The Babadook,” the documentary “Antarctica: A Year on Ice” and “Maps to the Stars,” starring Julianne Moore.
Readers thank a generous young woman for parking-machine help, also berate drivers for texting or putting on makeup at the wheel.
“Weird Loners” on Fox, “NCIS” on CBS and “Deadliest Catch” on Discovery highlight TV picks for Tuesday, April 14, 2015.
Music critic Paul de Barros lists swell places to pick up albums, just in time for Record Store Day on Saturday, April 18.
An Alamo representative checked a customer’s rental car upon return, and said there was no damage. But weeks later Alamo bills him $1,885 for roof damage.
Rent now consumes nearly 31 percent of the average renter’s monthly income in the three-county Seattle metro, which means the market is becoming unaffordable. The cost of buying is climbing rapidly as well. Join us as we discuss potential solutions to the problem.