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A building on the Capitol campus that contains offices for reporters was broken into and vandalized late Thursday night or Friday morning.
Five Seattle news outlets will have to comply with a subpoena and give the Seattle Police Department unpublished video and photos from a May 30 racial justice protest, a judge ruled Thursday.
Reeling from the impact of COVID-19, newspapers look for ways to stay viable.
A state panel has suspended the medical license of a prominent surgeon who was recently a focus of a Seattle Times investigation about Swedish Health’s neuroscience unit.
Police in a Seattle suburb were looking for a gunman who shot a man in the arm and told him to “go back to your own country,” the Seattle Times reported.
More than a dozen years ago, Tami Silicio, a native of Edmonds, took a photo of the tunnel-like interior of a cargo plane that held more than 20 flag-draped coffins of U.S. service members killed in Iraq and soon to be flown home. This month, the 2004 picture is included in a Time anthology book, “100 Photographs: The Most Influential Images of All Time.”
City officials are expected to issue a demolition permit for the old Seattle Times building next week after complaints due to squatters and fires.
SEATTLE – More than 380,000 students in Washington state live in earthquake-prone areas and attend schools built before seismic construction standards were adopted statewide, according to a Seattle Times report.
As Washington prepares for its Democratic caucuses on Saturday, Seattle’s activists are seizing an opportunity to send a message to a national party they believe has grown too cozy with corporate interests and too dismissive of progressive concerns. In Bernie Sanders, they’ve found a candidate as uncompromisingly liberal as they want Democrats everywhere to be.
The Seattle Times has won a Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of a deadly landslide in Washington state that destroyed a small community north of Seattle, leaving 43 people dead
SEATTLE — There was one thing wrong in a full-page ad in The Seattle Times urging state lawmakers to pass a transportation package aimed at persuading Boeing to build the new 777X in Washington. The headline Wednesday read “The Future of Washington,” but the photo was of an Airbus jetliner, not a Boeing.
OLYMPIA – The biggest news in the state’s political campaigns last week probably was not made by a politician or group working for or against a ballot measure. Instead, it was made by the Seattle Times Co., with a decision to run a full-page ad in support of Republican Rob McKenna’s gubernatorial bid, at no cost to the McKenna campaign.
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer will publish a thick commemorative issue tracing the history of Seattle’s oldest newspaper with its print edition Tuesday.