2 hrs ago | North Seattle Herald Outlook
Members of Seattle's Gender Justice League, who are organizing Trans* Pride Seattle, at its headquarters at Agnes Underground in Capitol Hill.
5 hrs ago | Seattle Times
The most lasting legacy of the next Seattle mayor won't involve police reform, or the road-maintenance backlog, or education, or anything else dominating the nine-candidate race so far.
8 hrs ago | Capitol Hill Blog
Elections for the executive committee of the Capitol Hill Community Council are this Thursday at 6:30 in the Cal Anderson Shelter House.
10 hrs ago | The Stranger
A fresh new way to do a girl's night out, date night, birthday party or team building event has arrived and is taking the city's bar scene by storm.
12 hrs ago | KOMO News
The first person ever cured of HIV was in Seattle Tuesday, meeting with scientists at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, where they're in the midst of a $20 million project to defeat HIV for good, and working to recreate this cure for others.
12 hrs ago | Queen Anne View
Have you ever walked, run, biked, or drove by Mt Pleasant Cemetery and wondered what lies within the cemetery walls? The answer is 40 acres with a rich history dating back to 1895, and you can learn more in a free walking tour of the cemetery this Saturday, June 22nd.
16 hrs ago | Seattle Times
SEATTLE Seattle University might seem like Ray Powers' school. But he will tell you it's actually more like his home.
A Seattle serial rapist will likely be free for the first time in 16 years early next week, when prosecutors expect to drop an effort to have him institutionalized indefinitely as a violent sexual predator.
This young lady's name is Sophie in the photo attached. She and her mom Tami stopped by our BBQ for the West Seattle Food Bank on Saturday.
Former Queen Anne and Magnolia resident Elizabeth Lonseth is returning to the Seattle area to present "A Gradual Disappearance," a booklet to help families dealing with a loved one's memory disease.
Tomorrow morning, when the City Council's Government Performance and Finance Committee considers mid-year budget changes/additions , they will include half a million dollars for a traffic signal long sought by the Admiral Neighborhood Association and other neighborhood advocates.
The Seattle jury has returned a guilty verdict in the slaying of a Woodinville teacher beaten to death by her boyfriend on Christmas Eve 2011.
A new study published Monday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal shows that the way preschoolers eat is as important to their future health as the type of foods they consume.
After months of clouds and rain, people in the Northwest can't wait to enjoy the sunshine.
Seattle City Council leaders Monday dealt Mayor Mike McGinn an election-year rebuff, saying they would not recommend funding for one of his signature issues - studies of a light-rail crossing of the Ship Canal.
Oregon police have filed charges against the driver who allegedly struck and killed a Seattle man who was dribbling a soccer ball to Brazil.