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Lug that bag with a jiggity-jig: 3 more years of music at airport
Dave Harmonson of Seattle, also known as "Country Dave, " performs in the A gates at Sea-Tac Airport.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Victoria Clipper IV resumes Seattle to Victoria service after Elliott Bay theft
Sunday's theft of the Victoria Clipper IV from Seattle's Pier 69 made national and international news, and well it should.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Man arrested after commandeering ferry in Seattle
The Seattle Police Department tweeted this photo of the Victoria Clipper adrift, with a tugboat nearby, in Elliott Bay Sunday morning at 10:10 a.m. PT A SWAT team boarded a ferry that had been set adrift off Seattle, Wash.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Molotov cocktail found in Kent apartment
The Port of Seattle bomb squad found at least one Molotov cocktail after responding to a report of suspicious items left in the apartment of an evicted tenant, a Kent fire-department official said Wednesday night.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
From fake teeth to luggage, Sea-Tac's lost and found has it all
There are laptops and cameras, passports and drivers licenses from all 50 states, plenty of luggage and bags, stuffed animals, jewelry and belts.
Federal Way News
Sea-Tac Food Donations Surpass 100,000 Pounds
Sea-Tac Food Donations Surpass 100,000 Pounds Food Bank Donation Program has provided over 80,000 meals a Restaurants at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport display generosity every day, not just during the holiday season, as total food donations to the Des Moines Area Food Bank have exceeded 100,000 pounds since the program began in 2006.a a The ... (more)
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Ship containers topple at Port of Seattle
Workers at the Port of Seattle appear to have a lot of work ahead to right some shipping containers that have toppled on a cargo ship while at sea.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
The SeaTac Blog
Sea-Tac Airport food donations surpass 100,000 pounds
Restaurants at Sea-Tac International Airport have exceeded 100,000 pounds in food donations to the Des Moines Area Food Bank, the Port of Seattle announced this week.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Bainbridge Island Review
Officals say jet noise will drop
After several citizen noise complaints this past summer, the city of Bainbridge Island has received answers to worries about increased airplane traffic over Bainbridge Island.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
The Waterland Blog
Burien Parks chooses 'Miller Creek Trail' as name for new trail in NERA
Burien Parks on Wednesday announced that they have selected "Miller Creek Trail" as the name for the City's new trail property located in the Northeast Redevelopment Area , a 158-acre area northwest of Sea-Tac Airport's third runway.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Port of Seattle: Challenges coming by sea, by air
That's the question facing the ports of Seattle and Tacoma, who, unlike other coastal cities, have each held their own so far.
The News Tribune
Port of Seattle starting on Sea-Tac master plan
The Port of Seattle is starting work on a master plan to guide development over the next 20 years at Seattle-Tacoma International Aiport.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Lewis loses Port Commissioner race, but he's upbeat
Seems there's no polite way to say it - in his recent bid for a seat on the Port of Seattle board of commissioners, Auburn Mayor Pete Lewis got thumped.
Heavy-hitting consultant serves as 'talent guru' for Murray
The mayor-elect brings in a consultant-lawyer with years of public and private sector experience to hunt for staff.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
The Waterland Blog
SeaTac's Prop. 1 still passing by 43 votes
Almost miraculously the Tuesday evening count of Proposition 1 maintained the same 43-vote plurality, despite the addition of 278 more votes over the Friday evening count.
Sat Nov 09, 2013
TSA officers capture man who ran through a security checkpoint at Seattle airport
A man said to be in his 20s bolted past security checkpoints and onto the tarmac at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Friday night.
Fri Nov 08, 2013
Sea-Tac Airport: man arrested on unoccupied plane
A Seattle-Tacoma International Airport spokesman says a man in his 20s who bolted through a terminal security checkpoint, ran down a concourse and out onto the area where planes are parked was arrested Friday night after Port of Seattle police caught him in an empty airplane.
Wed Nov 06, 2013
Northwest Progressive Institute
Seattle voters: No on public financing, yes on Districts Now charter amendment
It's just not that simple anymore. Seattle has 410,000+ registered voters, and we seem to have elected a new mayor tonight with less than 33% voter turnout thus far.
Tue Nov 05, 2013
The News Tribune
Bacon winning fifth Tacoma port commission term
County voters in early returns Tuesday night gave incumbent 16-year Port of Tacoma commissioner Connie Bacon a strong lead in the race to retain her seat.