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You've probably heard that tonight's moon is not only the full moon, but is also the "supermoon," brighter because the moon is closer to the earth.
"There's nothing like hearing an 80-piece orchestra play a rich, Romantic-era piece," the 26-year-old mobile-apps project manager tells me.
At midday today, West Seattle's Fire Station 36 in North Delridge welcomed visitors to an open house with tours of its upgrades and renovations: The station recently reopened after about nine months of work - read more about it here - during which time Station 36's crews were temporarily stationed at a spot off Harbor Avenue SW.
History is sometimes thought of as a sequence grand events, but really it's a vast collection of small things.
A Frontier Airlines official says one of its planes was diverted to Salt Lake City after it was hit by lightning.
Ferry passengers have a lot of questions tonight about how a convicted sex offender was allowed to work as a deckhand around children.
The Lake Washington Ship Canal Bridge is one of the more impressive transportation structures in Seattle.
Her pot shop in the quaint Whidbey Island community of Langley is scarcely bigger than a shoe, and Maureen Cooke fits right in.
Family members of a Russian man charged with hacking Seattle businesses insist he is innocent and fear he will die in custody if he doesn't have his medication.
Matson, whose parents opened the business in 1953, said the family started making plans to reopen the day of the fire.
Back by popular demand, The Book of Mormon , which played a record breaking two week run in 2013, returns for a limited engagement, July 22 through August 10, 2014.
Newly released 911 tapes paint a picture of the scene during the shooting at Seattle Pacific University in June.
Not long ago, a downtown Seattle intersection at Second and Virginia, over the period of a few hours, gave me the experience of a pedestrian squeezing along at the edge of moving traffic, followed by a driver's perspective confronting folks forced to walk in the street.
Seattle City Attorney Pete Holmes has admitted he broke a drug-free-workplace rule when he bought marijuana on the first day of legal sales in Washington state.
With temperatures expected to reach the 90s this weekend, the National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat watch for the Seattle metro area the first time it's happened in five years.
On a recent Saturday afternoon, 17 young theater artists from Blood Ensemble converged on a century-old barn outside Marysville, roughly 35 miles north of Seattle.
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