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A federal judge in the U.S. territory of Guam denied a motion Thursday to release a Russian lawmaker's son accused of hacking computers inside hundreds of U.S. businesses, including eight Puget Sound-area restaurants.
Out of 83 pot-related tickets issued by the Seattle Police Department in the first half of 2014, 66 were issued by one man: Officer Randy Jokela.
A memorial service is planned this Saturday morning for longtime West Seattleite Betty Broughton , who died Monday at age 85. Her family shares this remembrance: Her early childhood was spent on a 10,000-acre working family ranch in Townsend, Montana where both of her parents were born.
On July 24 a train with 102 cars pulling 100 loads of crude oil -- 27,000 gallons of oil -- derailed under the Magnolia Bridge in southern Interbay.
In 2012, then Seattle-based graphic designer Dave Battjes set a design challenge for himself to create a logo for every one of the more than 400 parks in the city of Seattle-at the ambitious rate of one a day.
In 1994, when Roddy Lindquist moved from Kent to the gay enclave of Capitol Hill, he didn't even consider living anywhere else.
It may be an only-in-Seattle question. But Frank Chopp faces a Socialist Alternative challenger following Kshama Sawant's example.
Police say a suspect arrested in a deadly Las Vegas home invasion told them she fought off a woman with a screwdriver to help her partner in crime as he struggled with and fatally shot the woman's husband.
Last Wednesday night I carried a stack of newspapers up from the basement; the last 52 weeks of the Ballard News-Tribune/Westside Weekly.
Pemco Insurance is selling its headquarters building in South Lake Union. The company plans to lease back the building while it relocates to a new local headquarters.
A robber armed with pepper spray and aided by a getaway driver terrorized pedestrians and cyclists in the greater Ballard area early Sunday morning, according to the Seattle Police Department.
Phyllis Porter of Rainier Valley Greenways, Seattle Neighborhood Greenways Executive Director Cathy Tuttle and Seattle City Councilor Sally Bagshaw on a visit to Portland Sunday.
The old adage that "a good bottle of wine gets better with age" can also apply to a number of time-honored Washington wineries.
Travelers waiting for the ferry watch as two tugboats bring the disabled ferry MV Tacoma toward the Bainbridge ferry terminal.
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