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Salmon are still migrating through Seattle — but they’re in trucks

Maybe the best catchall phrase I’ve seen for what defines the Pacific Northwest is: “Wherever the salmon can get to.” Seattle writer Tim Egan came...

Seattle-area creators share their DIY projects

Seattle was recently named one of the nation’s most creative cities based on the percentage of people who are makers or creators, whether for a...

Coronavirus daily news updates, June 30: What to know today about COVID-19 in the Seattle area, Washington state and the world

U.S. health officials are set to purchase 105 million doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine ahead of a fall booster campaign and in the midst of...

All lanes of Michigan Street in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood closed after collision, fire

A collision in the 700 block of Michigan Street is blocking all lanes of South Michigan Street in Georgetown from Fourth Avenue to Corson Avenue...

Pacific Ocean breeze brings ‘natural air conditioning’ to Seattle area

All of us who had a little trouble sleeping in the hot, still air during this recent heat wave can collectively thank the Pacific Ocean...

Coronavirus daily news updates, June 27: What to know today about COVID-19 in the Seattle area, Washington state and the world

How will the pandemic change the future of work? Microsoft is struggling to meet its goal of having employees work in the office 50% of...

2 Seattle startups racing to transform next-gen space travel

The phrase “nuclear energy” conjures images of large steaming towers or Tony Stark’s arc reactor from the iconic “Iron Man” movies. But two Seattle-based startups...

Seattle man charged with murder in Delridge encampment killing

King County prosecutors on Friday charged a 43-year-old Seattle man with second-degree murder, accusing him of fatally shooting a man in the face at a...

Seattle Chinatown International District shooting leaves 1 man dead

A man was shot and killed early Friday at a homeless encampment in Seattle’s Chinatown International District, according to Seattle police. The shooting at 12th...

Early Title IX complaint sparked career in public service for Seattleite Anne Levinson

In a yellowed University of Kansas student newspaper clipping dated May 9, 1978, then-KU sophomore Anne Levinson announced her intention to file a complaint with...