A shipyard worker who said she was late for work was stopped for speeding on R Ave., and didn’t get to work because she was cited for speeding, driving with a suspended license, and probation violation.
Experience a magnificent region through the words and images of accomplished writers and photographers and local residents in a new book authored by Bill Dietrich called, "The North Cascades, Finding Beauty and Renewal in the Wild Nearby."
The odds of catching a fish in Cranberry Lake just got better. The Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife are in the process of adding 30,000 steelhead rainbow trout to the lake this fall, tens of thousands more than they have ever planted in the lake before.
It isn’t often that a wedding party has to build their own seating just to enjoy the wedding. The Dight family, however, had more than their own party in mind when they got involved at the Cornet Bay Retreat Center at Deception Pass State Park.
Thousands, including high-school students, marched through Seattle on Tuesday in a second day of protests against a grand jury’s decision not to indict a white police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man in Ferguson, Mo.
Breaking district policy, interim Superintendent Larry Nyland accepted $250,000 from the Gates Foundation before the Seattle School Board decided whether to approve the grant. He later apologized for the error and said the money hasn’t been spent yet.