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SPD Blotter reports the arrests are in connection with a shooting earlier today in South Seattle.
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At 6:15 a.m., May 17, a Boeing 737-400 Alaska Cargo Combi arrived at Sea-Tac Airport with much fanfare to unload 24,000 pounds of recently-caught Copper River king and sockeye salmon via processors, Ocean Beauty, Trident, and Copper River seafoods.
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A woman strides up to the Jonboy Caramels booth at Ballard Farmers Market and plucks a sample of their fleur de sel.
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During a recent remodel of a house in a house in Ballard, some old newspapers were found in the walls.
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Exactly two months after news that King County would take possession of the Spirit of Kingston and put it on the West Seattle Water Taxi run - the change is about to happen.
The filing deadline for King County's Aug. 6 election closed Friday, and the biggest surprise was who didn't enter a race.
Driving around Seattle this weekend will be trickier than normal. The Seattle Department Of Transportation plans to close parts of Aurora and Mercer Street around South Lake Union as part of the effort to convert Mercer into a two-way street.
Unico Properties bought this building on Seattle's waterfront this week for $32.5 million.
Police are searching for a suspect who remains at large after a Thursday night shooting in North Seattle.
From leopard patterned bathrobes in your guest room to a personal greeting for your pooch posted in the lobby, there is nothing cookie-cutter about Seattle 's Alexis Hotel.
A West Seattle man accused of pimping two 16-year-old runaways has been charged with child prostitution-related offenses and kidnapping.
After a two-day search in rural Oregon failed to yield any trace of missing Utah mother Susan Powell, authorities said Thursday they may close the investigation.
The meeting's in the Boards and Commissions Room. FRANK FEST: Tonight's that special night of the year when the Feedback Lounge celebrates Frank Sinatra - with food, music, and more.
A revival of the Q-Patrol is not the answer. A Capitol Hill-based group with hopes of citywide influence next week is holding a rally and march to push back on what they see as a rise in crime in the neighborhood and a growing sense that streets like Broadway, Pike and Pine are unsafe at night.
In this April 20, 2013 file photo, employees of The Healing Leaf collective in Lake Stevens show some of their product during 'Studio 4/20,' a legal marijuana celebration put on by DOPE Magazine at 7 Point Studios in Seattle.
This past November, Washington voters made national headlines and history by approving Initiative 502, the legalization of recreational marijuana.
A Seattle man who was stabbed in Cal Anderson Park on Mother's Day says he wants to set the record straight as online comments make it sound like he instigated the attack.