2 min ago
KSDK NewsChannel 5
Report: 1 in 9 American bridges "structurally deficient"
The bridge collapse in Washington comes days after a new report released by the American Society of Engineers, which called one in nine bridges in the country "structurally deficient." It should be noted, the Seattle Times is reporting the Washington State Department of Transportation did not classify the bridge that collapsed as "structurally ... (more)
4 hrs ago
Seattle No. 2 for sunscreen use--and No. 1 for wishful thinking
It's your typical spring morning in Seattle. Skies look gray. Forecast calls for cool temperatures and periods of light rain throughout the day.
5 hrs ago
National Public Radio
'White Flash And Cold Water' After Bridge Collapse In Wash.
Miracle is the word that comes to Dan Sligh's mind after he and his wife Sally survived a plunge off a highway bridge in Washington State Thursday evening.
9 hrs ago
Get outta town: 3 ideas for your Memorial Day weekend
Chances are you're already booked for this Memorial Day weekend. But who knows, maybe your next-door neighbor is having his annual Memorial Day Accordion Flash Mob party and you really need to get out of town.
Thu May 23, 2013
Asbury Park Press
No fatalities in I-5 bridge collapses in NW Wash.
Don't miss today's Asbury Park Press! It's time for the 2013 Summer Guide, chock full of tips for... In this photo provided by NWCN, people look on after the Interstate 5 bridge collapsed over the Skagit River in Skagit County, Wash., Thursday, May 23, 2013.
Wisconsin Rapids Tribune
Interstate bridge collapses in Washington state
Hope's Door will be having our summer hours starting June 15 to Aug. 15 from 9 a.m. to noon.
A Lesson in Thrift
In yesterday's Best of the Web Today the Wall Street Journal 's James Taranto highlighted an amusing example of liberals' inability to recognize thrift as a virtue.
Seattle Times Lies to Its Readers in Advocating to Fix a Workers' ...
You know, perhaps I wouldn't be so obsessed with the Seattle Times editorial board if they weren't so eager to lie to their readers : The state workers' compensation reform, Senate Bill 5127, was passed by the Senate 30-19 and hung up in the House.
Amazon's Urban Biospheres Give New Meaning to 'Tech Bubble'
In case you doubted that the 21st century as envisioned by past generations' pulp futurists had arrived, check out the biospheres Amazon has proposed to anchor its new Seattle headquarters.
Boeing CEO says jobs will be cut, suppliers will be squeezed
Boeing Co . CEO Jim McNerney said he expects the company to cut more jobs and will pressure more suppliers to cut their prices.
Tom Stritikus, Susan Enfield on overcoming poverty and educating South King County kids
Earlier this week, Seattle Times reporter Lornet Turnbull wrote about the growth of poverty in South King County's suburban communities .
Wed May 22, 2013
You hella will: Macklemore and all the rest descend on the Gorge
Got your earplugs and sunscreen ready? It's time for Sasquatch! 2013, the 11th annual music festival that inspires mass pilgrimages to the sunny Gorge in central Washington.
Listen up, Seattle
You've found SoundPosts, the music blog of The Seattle Times. As you'll see from our tagline above, this is the place for "Seattle music lovers of all stripes, from hip-hop and indie rock to jazz and world music." Here you'll find a group of writers we've gotten together to give their take on the musical happenings of the day.
10 Burt Bacharach songs you should know
At the Seattle Times' morning news meeting, an editor expressed surprise that a story about composer Burt Bacharach's newly published memoir was among the most-read items on our website today.
Mon May 20, 2013
takes regional awards - Mon, 20 May 2013 PST
The Spokesman-Review took top honors in long feature writing, commentary and sports photography among the region's largest newspapers in the 2012 Northwest Excellence in Journalism contest presented by the Society of Professional Journalists.
Sat May 18, 2013
The Highline Times
What can we expect walking into a pot shop for the first time?
On May 16 the Washington State Liquor Control Board released their initial draft of rules for I-502 implementation, the framework for legalization of recreational marijuana.
Fri May 17, 2013
Alaska cruise: You're on vacation, is alcohol on your mind?
You're on vacation. You're ready to let down your hair, kick up your heels, even do the funky chicken if the spirit moves you.
Washington serial killer appealing death sentence
Serial killer Robert Yates, whose death sentence has been upheld by the state Supreme Court, is seeking an appeal through the federal court system.
Red tide spotted at Carkeek Park
Don't worry, though, it's not the toxic kind, according to the Seattle Times , which reported on its appearance first near Edmonds.
Thu May 16, 2013
Sherlock Holmes lecture examines the detective's cultural staying power
Solve the mystery behind the allure of Sherlock Holmes - the most enduring character from literature, radio and film over the past century - during a special free lunchtime lecture.