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Tealights light up a memorial for Sandhya Khadka, a 17-year-old struck and killed on Monday.
First the Piecora's Pizza property sold. Now the site where Taco Time operated across the street has a new owner.
Sean Hemmerle is a 41-year-old student at Seattle Central Community College. He's about to finish his first year of the Associates degree program in Social and Human Services.
A Capitol Hill arts collective came together during the summer of 2012 with the intention of many a local creative: Get exposure.
The 2014 Outstanding Alumni of the Year for South Seattle College is Ciscoe Morris.
Pineapple Hospitality Co. President Michelle Barnet said Thursday that she plans to develop a hotel tower at Second Avenue and Virginia Street.
TODDLER EGGSTRAVAGANZA: Still time to get to High Point Community Center for this 10 am Easter-time little-kid fave.
The City of Seattle will - at least temporarily - let work get back on track at a nearly completed, six-story Capitol Hill apartment development brought to a halt by a dispute over the color of the building's siding.
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Commentary: King County Metro wants more taxes to maintain existing bus service.
On April 11th, Minnesota's Pine County Sheriff issued a nationwide warrant for Victor Barnard.
Ed Murray wants to talk with neighborhoods but he spends some of the time at his summit shushing the crowd.
Sandhya Khadka was the only child of her parents. Sandhya left Nepal in the past year to come to Seattle and to attend school.
We interrupt this stream of news about new restaurant concepts, craft cocktails and farm-to-table creativity for an unusual dollop of food+drink nostalgia.
Police are looking for two men who forced their way into a North Seattle home late Tuesday night, attacked the 84-year-old homeowner and fled with a woman's purse.
No felony charges will be filed in an incident where two off-duty Seattle firefighters and a woman are accused of attacking two homeless men in separate attacks in Pioneer Square last month, King County prosecutors said Tuesday.
"You're just not a happy person are you?" said the young man who had jumped out of a large Recreational Vehicle with a generator beside it.