Mom fears that child’s gifts from in-laws come with complications.
David B. Williams’ new book, “Too High & Too Steep,” chronicles the massive changes wrought on the Seattle landscape in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Williams will discuss his book Sept. 9 at the University Book Store, and at other locations around Seattle.
Ten athletes to look for this season on the gridiron.
The leader of the team is senior OL/LB A.J. Solano (5-7, 190), who is a handful both ways.
Much of what the Eagles do will be keyed by OL/DL/LB JoJo Sesquinia (5-10, 240).
Strong-armed junior Ben Gaoteote (6-2, 185) steps in at QB and has plenty of receivers to choose from.
The running game is a potential strength of this year’s team, led by junior Malik White (5-8, 190), who averaged nearly 80 yards per game last season.
Bumbershoot presented a strong lineup of comedians this year, from up-and-coming locals to rising stars with late-night credits. They were no huge stars like Sarah Silverman or Marc Maron as in previous years, but still plenty of great performers that audiences lined up to see. For Sunday Bumbershoot did away with the special passes needed […]
Some key seniors include Michael Mason (5-11, 175), who steps in at QB and will run the option, and RB/DB Kaleb Magee (5-11, 180).
A five-run sixth inning helped the Tacoma Rainiers overcome a 2-1 deficit and beat the Las Vegas 51s in Pacific Coast League play.
Carl Edwards took the lead on the last pit stop, held off Denny Hamlin on a restart eight laps from the end and went on to his first Southern 500 victory. Pole-sitter Brad Keselowski led 196 of 367 laps and finished second.
Coach Jim Wright believes this team can be in the mix for a 2A playoff spot, led by seniors QB/DB Ryan Thol (6-2, 175) and OL/DL Johnny Le (6-1, 240).
Fourteen athletes to watch this season.
GUATEMALA CITY (AP) — A former television comic, a wealthy businessman and a former first lady were ahead in early returns in voting for Guatemala’s next leader, days after the Central American nation’s president resigned over a corruption scandal. With about 51 percent of polling stations reporting, TV comedian Jimmy Morales, who has never held […]
TORONTO (AP) — A candidate running for Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s party capped off a bad week for the party by apologizing for being caught on video urinating in a coffee cup while working as an appliance repairman. The Canadian Broadcast Corp. used hidden cameras in 2012 to record Jerry Bance peeing into the […]
It was the 18th of her career, tying her for most in program history with Husky legend Hope Solo.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Showing solidarity with workers on Labor Day, President Barack Obama will sign an executive order Monday requiring paid sick leave for employees of federal contractors, including 300,000 who currently receive none. The White House wouldn’t specify the cost to federal contractors to implement the executive order, which Obama was to address at […]
CAMARILLO, Calif. (AP) — Ben Kuroki, who overcame the American military’s discriminatory policies to become the only Japanese American to fly over Japan during World War II, has died. He was 98. Kuroki died Tuesday at his Camarillo, California, home, where he was under hospice care, his daughter Julie Kuroki told the Los Angeles Times […]
Defending national champion Ohio State begins its season Monday at Virginia Tech, the last team to defeat the Buckeyes.
The move clears the way for veteran RB Fred Jackson, who has agreed to one-year contract with Seattle, to sign with the team.