Editor’s note: This is a live account of updates from Thursday, April 9, as the events unfolded. Click here to find the ...
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“Family meal” is what restaurants call the supper that the whole staff eats together before dinner service starts — a time of ...
All these warm, beautiful days this week, after such a long stretch of dreary, cold, wet weather in winter and early spring — ...
Nearly 171,000 Washington residents joined the swelling ranks of the state’s unemployed last week as the coronavirus pandemic continued to hammer the economy — and state officials think the worst may ...
Before any contractors can reinforce and repair the cracked West Seattle Bridge, the city first needs to confirm it won’t ...
Gov. Jay Inslee and Corrections Secretary Steve Sinclair on Thursday scolded inmates involved in a major disturbance at Monroe Correctional Complex prompted by coronavirus fears, but the governor said ...
Tim Eyman, the longtime anti-tax activist and initiative promoter, has until April 19 to pay $270,000 in fines and attorneys’ ...
Seattle is closing more than a dozen of the city’s largest and most popular parks for the weekend because officials are worried about people crowding into the parks to enjoy the pleasant spring ...
A 39-year-old man was charged Thursday with second-degree murder, accused of fatally stabbing his ex-girlfriend’s current boyfriend in a Kent parking lot, according to King County prosecutors. Vitaliy ...
Without intending to convey disrespect in any way, I begin by suggesting that our government leaders have thus far instituted ...
A hard year got a little harder for the music community when country-folk great John Prine died April 7. The 73-year-old had ...
When U.S. Rep. Denny Heck announced his retirement from Congress in December, the Olympia Democrat said he was fed up with a lack of civil discourse in Washington, D.C., and would prefer to spend time ...