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Didn't want to walk, steals car Patriots Jet Team Animal parts Posted by Nick Provenza Lazy and not too bright : A man released from the Benton County Jail in Kennewick/Tri-Cities walked across the street and stole a car from a parking lot.
Kitsap Sun Jamie Nilsen is no stranger to boat racing, but he'll be the rookie in the pits at the Albert Lee Cup at Seafair this week on Lake Washington. Nilsen, who works as a financial analyst at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton,
Red Eagle Air Sports' flying duo of Dan McClung and David Waldrop (flying the photographer) take their biplanes Wednesday on a Seafair preview over Seattle. Red Eagle Air Sports pilot David Waldrop of Georgia, banks a red Talon Eagle biplane over
Violent, unprovoked criminal acts within the heart of Downtown Seattle demand immediate attention and action by the city, in the words of a toughly-worded letter sent to Mayor Mike McGinn on Wednesday and signed by 41 civic, business, legal and
Saturday-Sunday admission $25/advance, $30/at the gate, $10/ages 65 and older and ages 6-12; free for military with ID, $10/military family member; pit pass $10.
Oberto hoping to follow Tri-Cities victory with a win in Seattle...Saturday schedule: Unlimited heats 1A (12:50 p.m.), 1B (1:10 p.m.) Sunday schedule: Tickets: Friday general admission free; reserved grandstand seating $20; Saturday and Sunday
Capitol Hill Block Party 2013: Rock n' roll rules again, with a side of bounce rap Posted by Andrew Matson Flaming Lips singer Wayne Coyne, at Capitol Hill Block Party, 2013 (Lindsey Wasson/The Seattle Times) Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne, amidst
He was known for his large-scale, deeply textured photos of the artistic patterns found in nature...Dick Busher, a friend and colleague who published Mr. Namkung's photography books, said the artist passed away peacefully after a few weeks of
Torchlight Parade and Block Party M's almost make it global-warming fix? Posted by Seattle Times staff On a weekend packed with summer events, the weather is actually cooperating. Sunny skies are predicted to persist into next week, with temperatures
27 PM Page modified July 26, 2013 at 1:26 PM Lots of weekend events but beware bus changes, road work Saturday's Seafair Torchlight Parade, a three-mile highway construction closure in Auburn, and sporting events and concerts add up to weekend