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2 hrs ago | KOMO News
The latest inspection of the 61-year-old Alaskan Way Viaduct in Seattle found some new hairline cracks.
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3 hrs ago | Magnolia News
You enter Green Anne's lobby with your prescription. There's a waiting area, much like a doctor's office.
4 hrs ago | StreetsBlog.org
Austin, Texas, built this beauty of a bike lane by the University of Texas campus while it was participating in round one of the Green Lane Project.
5 hrs ago | Capitol Hill Blog
The unholy alliance of the Seattle Times and a consumer credit reporting company produces some pretty interesting insights about the city.
5 hrs ago | Queen Anne & Magnolia News
Nearly every day, I am inspired to hear the majority of people I meet say they love animals.
14 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com
HOLES LOUIS SACHAR Orphan Girl Theater 3/7-3/15/2014 ABOUT THE PLAY Holes was the first book chosen for the Seattle area's literacy initiative program: "What if All Kids Read the Same Book?" Sponsored by Seattle Children's Theatre, Seattle Public Library, the King County Library System and Seattle Public Schools, the region-wide program encouraged ... (more)
A Loyal Heights man caught dealing marijuana to middle school students now says he got into pot dealing to pay his bills after losing his job.
Last month, Cutting Edge Composers held their concert at 54 Below, and one of the highlights of the evening included "The Last Loser in the Universe" by Drew Gasparini being sung by the incredibly talented Ben Platt , who is currently starring in The Book of Mormon on Broadway.
Good morning - are your timekeeping devices all caught up? Here are the time-pegged highlights from the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar : WEST SEATTLE FARMERS' MARKET : 10 am-2 pm in The Junction.
The World War One centenary means personal war diaries, letters and photos are emerging from dusty attics and drawers across the UK and beyond to offer a different perspective of the conflict.
Stephen Dofelmier, left, returned to Assumption Catholic Church after receiving a letter from Father Oliver Duggan, right, who was inspired by Pope Francis' conciliatory tone and invited dormant parishioners back.
I was out sick a few days last week, and at one point I slept for about 48 hours straight.
Right: Miyoko Chiba, right, and her daughters are living in temporary housing in Minamisanriku since the tsunami destroyed their houses and killed two family members.
Washington's first marijuana retail license was recently issued, but legislators are still trying to reconcile the medical and recreational-marijuana markets before stores open this summer.
Weather: Temperatures in the mid-50s are in the forecast and it will almost certainly rain.