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Ken Lambert / The Seattle Times Thomas Wray pumps his fist in support of cabdrivers as they blare their horns in protest outside Seattle City Hall on Monday...The drivers want the City Council to regulate ride-share companies. Ken Lambert / The
Rosenthal A young girl is in critical condition following a car wreck near 23rd Avenue and East Jefferson Street, according to the Seattle Fire Department. The girl was apparently one of five passengers in a car that slammed into a pole at around 4:
A way to keep up with Seattle theaters, concert halls, galleries, museums and other fine-arts events...June 18 in the Microsoft Auditorium at Seattle Public Library's central branch, downtown Seattle.
Saturday, Paramount Theatre, 911 Pine St., Seattle; $31.25-$81.25 www.stgpresents.org The stand-up comic and host of TV's Real Time isn't afraid to offend anyone and usually does with his irreverent commentaries and impatient new rules. Noise for the
Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times An auction in March produced no viable owner for Seattle's 1927 fireboat, the Alki. The city wants to sell the boat to someone who can afford not only to buy it, but also to move, moor and insure it...The twin diesel
At left is Vanessa Meraki, who taught at Center School. (Greg Gilbert / The Seattle Times) Seattle Public Schools' Superintendent Jose Banda made a decision earlier this month to shut down a popular and thought-provoking race and social-justice
Visitors to Scenic Beach State Park on Saturday will have the chance to explore the beach with Kitsap County beach naturalists. During the Kitsap Beach Naturalist Program, running from 9:30-11:30 a.m., visitors can discover what lives in tide pools
The incident happened around 4 p.m. Police mentioned it on Twitter but haven't provided an update. The man was walking south on Aurora Avenue, in a construction zone without a sidewalk, when he fell onto the right eastbound lane of Mercer, said
Sections have been daylighted, but now comes a study that says that parts are full of human fecal bacteria.
PDT Central Washington University is expanding its baccalaureate programs to community college campuses throughout the state. Through the CWU Portal Project, the universitys existing satellite campuses will become doorways to regional education