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Man arrested for lighting truck on fire in North Seattle
A man in North Seattle is in custody Sunday morning for setting a pickup truck on fire Saturday night.
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Tips are top concern for some in $15 minimum-wage debate
Autumn Brown, who works at a Starbucks in Georgetown, doesn't think restaurants should be allowed to take a tip credit against their minimum-wage obligation Tamara Murphy, left, and Linda Di Lello Morton, owners of Terra Plata on Capitol Hill, are among many in the restaurant industry who worry about the effects of a proposed $15 minimum wage in ... (more)
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Remembering Columbine 15-Years Later Through The Eyes Of A Survivor
Sunday marks 15-years since the mass shooting at Columbine High School. State Representative Kevin Parker was a student mentor at the time and was at Columbine the day of the shooting to have lunch with a student.
West Seattle Blog
West Seattle Sunday: Easter 2014, and other highlights
Today is Easter Sunday, and the sixth day of Passover. And it's the time of year when - as shown in Danny McMillin 's photo - the geese known as brant are in our area fueling up for their northward migration.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
The Star Online
Reclaiming artistry: Making unique furniture from rust, grit and grime
Travis Farber sits for a portrait in the Ballard shop he shares with business partner Michael Marian, in January.
PNB's Grant guests at Seattle Dance Project 7
Seattle Dance Project began in 2008 with Project One, as a group of Seattle dancers came together to explore the next stage of their careers and to emancipate movement.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Cheyenne Jackson :: Mad Man No More
"Smitten" is the word that comes to mind when I think of Cheyenne Jackson. With his striking baby blues, handsome face and smoldering good looks, I mean really, who wouldn't be? Top that off with a kind heart and genuine sense of humanity and you have a complete package -- Santa, I want one.
'She was a dreamer': Vigil honors teen struck, killed by truck
A neighborhood in North Seattle is calling on the city to put a crosswalk at a busy intersection where a teenager was hit and killed on Monday.
Special Explosion ready to go off | Concert preview
For local DIY showgoers, indie rockers Special Explosion have become such a staple since emerging in 2010 it's easy to forget half the members still can't legally drink.
SeattleInsider: 25 Seattle adventures for less than $25
Central Cinema - Want to eat good food during the movie? Drink a beer or cocktail too? This is your place.
West Seattle Blog
West Seattle Friday: Three movies; two development issues; more
EARTH MONTH BAKE SALE : Until 7 pm today , Shanti in North Admiral is raising money for Puget Soundkeeper Alliance with a bake sale .
Stephanie Camp, 46, historian
A memorial service will be held Saturday, April 19, for Stephanie M.H. Camp, 46, a feminist historian with Philadelphia roots, who died Wednesday, April 2, of cancer at a Seattle hospital.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Capitol Hill Blog
On the List | Egg hunts, Easter services, brunches, Earth Day plant exchange, Record Store Day
Egg hunts around the neighborhood are already underway. Saturday, you'll find public invites to hunts in Cal Anderson and a hunt in Volunteer Park .
Dan Lewis on coming to KOMO: 'It was the best move I ever made'
August 1987. I moved from Washington, D.C. to Seattle for a news anchor job at KOMO-TV.
'Pineapple express' bringing $70 million hotel to downtown Seattle
Pineapple Hospitality Co. President Michelle Barnet said Thursday that she plans to develop a hotel tower at Second Avenue and Virginia Street.
West Seattle Blog
West Seattle Thursday: Design Review x 2; nighttime egg hunt for teens; more
TODDLER EGGSTRAVAGANZA: Still time to get to High Point Community Center for this 10 am Easter-time little-kid fave.
Mercer Island Reporter
Transit vote will affect Islanders
Don Cohen lives on the South-end. He has worked at a law firm in downtown Seattle for 30 years.
First Hill residents worry about Metro Transit cuts
Commentary: King County Metro wants more taxes to maintain existing bus service.
Report suggests Port of Seattle consolidate, CEO won't rule it out
A recently discovered report suggests the Port of Seattle's marine operations are well below capacity, and it needs major improvements to stay competitive.