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Serial killer Robert Yates, whose death sentence has been upheld by the state Supreme Court, is seeking an appeal through the federal court system.
Today's Seattle Times reports that the National Transportation and Safety Board wants to ratchet down on the legal limit for blood alcohol to reduce the number of fatal traffic accidents involving drunk drivers, leading some gun rights advocates to wonder why gun crime is treated differently.
While today's Seattle Times reports the identity of a 48-year-old man killed in a home invasion confrontation in North Bend early Monday morning, a spirited discussion by gun owners about the incident is unfolding on the Northwest Firearms forum and in the reader feedback section.
It's an interior room with no windows, the lowest-priced cabin, and I like it just fine.
I stepped out on deck this morning around 8 to find we'd left behind the foggy ocean - and the rolling seas - and were plowing through scenic Frederick Sound.
A judge has ruled that the city of Kirkland must allow the developer of the controversial Potala Village apartments project on Lake Street to build the project at the higher density rate that was in effect when he applied for a shorelines permit, the Seattle Times reports.
Plenty of pot-smokers have an eco-friendly, back-to-nature aesthetic, but the stuff they smoke may not be so green, according to the Seattle Times .
The price tag could reach $475,000 to have a former state Department of Transportation administrator and another expert study how managers tackle the Highway 520 bridge, Highway 99 tunnel and I-5 Columbia River Crossing.
Tribes tackle soaring teen suicide rates. Murray cranks up the fundraising machinery.
Kids in the candy store? Looking out toward the pool and the Jumbotron screen, you can easily see the parallel between a cruise ship and Disneyland.
Seattle area high school jazz bands dominating at the Essentially Ellington jazz-band competition in New York City is a tradition we've grown to expect but get excited about nonetheless.
When it comes to dining options on my Alaska cruise, things have changed a bit since the days of "The Love Boat" and Titanic.
Melissa Allison, who is on the Starbucks beat for the Seattle Times, traveled to San Francisco to talk to La Boulange founder Pascal Rigo about his plans for transforming Starbucks pastry and sandwich cases over the next five years.