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The new EMP Museum administrative building is the first office in Seattle to be certified as "salmon safe."
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8 hrs ago | Seattle Times
A fugitive sex offender from Canada accused of sexually assaulting a teenage boy in a West Seattle alley last fall will not be prosecuted in felony court.
10 hrs ago | KOMO News
The couple, who retired to NW 60th Street six years ago, bought a home that had been recently redone.
14 hrs ago | KOMO News
Design plans for a major $65 million renovation of Pike Place Market, unveiled Thursday, would dramatically expand the market's footprint and transform its western side by connecting it with the Seattle waterfront.
18 hrs ago | KING-TV Seattle
The German manufacturer of a roller coaster from which a woman fell to her death is blaming Six Flags for the accident.
According to Seattle Magazine , Bonache sauce made right here in Ballard is giving the traditional favorites Tabasco and Sriracha a run for their money.
We certainly value the principle of diversity here. But many people would probably answer that question "No" because - let's face it - for a big American city, Seattle is pretty white .
An application for proposed site and accessibility improvements at the West Seattle Library, http://www.spl.org/locations/west-seattle-branch/wst-about-the-branch SW.
By the end of the 1920s, Seattle's waterfront was crowded with docks and its skyline was getting taller.
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GREEN SPACE COALITION TOUR WITH COUNCILMEMBER RASMUSSEN : Community advocates including members of the West Seattle Green Space Coalition , who hope to keep the long-deactivated sites as open space, hosted Councilmember Tom Rasmussen this morning on a tour that started at the Dakota site on Genesee Hill: Rasmussen tells WSB, "I support the efforts ... (more)
What's the Emerald City without more green? Voters could be asked to answer that question come August.
This week has seen the unveiling of a pair of competing plans - an elevator and a gondola - to get people from downtown Seattle to the waterfront.
Suzanne Griffin was traveling by horseback on her way to a remote clinic in the Bamyian Province of Afghanistan.
We've heard from a few people about that sighting off Lincoln Park - and just got the photo from Paul via the WSB Flickr group.