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Some of those involved in the collisions were injured and the driver of the truck was taken to Harborview Medical Center to be checked out, as a precaution, according to the Seattle Fire Department.
In the meantime, there are 250 construction workers twiddling their thumbs, waiting for someone to get off the dime...Go with those you hired to do the work, and let the other group pout and picket.
Reading this article it dawned on me that the construction I'd glanced at down the block when passing by recently is the same house The Times article talks about. Having grown up in that neighborhood, I disagree with the builder's assessment of the
Downtown crime, the filth, a total open-air drug market, prostitution go walk at night between First Avenue and Third Avenue, between Union and Virginia...Put a dozen beat and bicycle cops down here and let them do their jobs without the constant
The latest news and analysis on college and pro women's basketball...In terms of basketball, I'll always remember the decade as O.J. Bear Down!) and studying poolside in Tucson while watching my two favorite point guards dish and score their way to
A different spin on sports by The Seattle Times staff and readers...My dad took me to a game at the massive Kingdome a few times a year to watch Junior hold court. Of course, by watch Junior I actually mean watch Junior on the JumboTron, as my father'
Quality reviews for the VA Puget Sound Health Care System lagged far behind the top performers in the Department of Veterans Affairs health care network in evaluations over the past year-and-a-half. The Seattle Times obtained six reviews in an 18-
It's just not fall until you hurl a pumpkin and hear that satisfying splat. This being America, a world record has been set for a pumpkin chucking, as the practice is known. In Utah in 2010, a pneumatic cannon hurled a pumpkin 5,545.43 feet...Here's
From 6 p.m. to 12 midnight on Saturday night, with thousands in attendance, the Union Station Plaza and 5th Avenue South was transformed into a thriving Asian market with craft vendors, live cultural performances and over twenty of the region's most
Lily Clark, 9, her mom Erica and brother Spencer, 12, of West Seattle, stop in to look at a 9/11 memorial called 'The Earth Cried Out' at Alki Arts Sunday Sept. 8, 2013...Messages of peace decorate luminaria bags for a 9/11 memorial called 'The Earth