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The Southwest Seattle Historical Society 's Log House Museum is decked for the holidays - just in time for a wave of special events to roll into the Alki Beach landmark.
On Saturday, many Americans will stop to think about World War II, on National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day .
And she lives in West Seattle. "I talk a lot about observation, what it's like to be from a place so far away, and moving to Seattle as an island girl living in the city," she says.
Someone left that on West Seattle's northeast-facing shore - sweet way to start the day.
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It's not every art venue that includes instructions to "BYOSleepingBag" when announcing an upcoming event.
A SWAT team had an unarmed Russell Smith cornered in a dead-end street. Next week a jury will be asked: Should he have died? After Russell Lydell Smith was shot to death in his car outside his Columbia City home in March by a Bellevue SWAT team, Seattle Police, who were also on the scene, said the officers were forced to shoot because Smith seemed ... (more)
The teenager accused of robbing three people last week on a Seattle bus was charged Monday with two counts of first degree robbery and a count of first degree attempted robbery.
As in Portland, the buzz about Seattle's "next hip 'hood'' shifts as young entrepreneurs, chefs and artists look for that special real estate to try out a creative idea.
Living in Seattle, locals are used to adjusting their lifestyles according to the weather.
Police say 57-year-old Patrick Briney of Stevenson, Wash., died Monday while fishing from a kayak off Maui's southwest coast.
Love it or hate it, the Pacific Northwest wouldn't be the same without the big boy on the block, Seattle.
On this "Cyber Monday," remember you can still shop local even if you're buying online.
Vashon Film Society will screen a locally made documentary about the famed Fremont Troll public art sculpture on Friday, December 6 for its monthly series of First Friday Art Films at the Vashon Theatre.
A homeless man accused of leaping a fence at the Seattle waterfront and briefly commandeering a high-speed ferry used to shuttle passengers between Washington state and Canada was in jail on Monday with bail set at $200,000.