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The Boeing Co., with help from its government friends, was able to stifle much of the information about its role in those infamous, and still-ongoing,… Continue reading
A Billy King oil.Updated with photo, below, of mostly completed mural.Aug. 25: Longtime Seattle artist and Pike Place Market aficionado Billy King hoped to raise… Continue reading
Jack Shafer.When Microsoft began publishing its online magazine Slatein 1996, it wasn't anchored so much in Redmond as in cyberspace, its founding editor recalled. A… Continue reading
The annual Suicide Race inspires passion and peril at the edge of a cliff.
Paul McQ.You can "play ugly" and "win ugly," but does it help in football to "be ugly," literally? Does a big bad mug give a… Continue reading
Lick me!Filling in those tiny circles with ink and affixing a stamp to the ballot envelope was just too much for two out of three… Continue reading
Initial results announced moments ago give the downtown Seattle tunnel referendum a 60-40 lead in the early 2011 Primary voting this evening, strongly indicating the… Continue reading
Killinger. It was no accident that federal prosecutors announced the indictment of alleged mortgage loan fraudster Shawn Portmann and three other Pierce Commercial Bank employees… Continue reading
"Donations have fallen off," writes Sally Deneen, co-founder and now curator of the Seattle PostGlobe website, which drew its last breath yesterday. "Ads have generated… Continue reading
A former Husky star and a full roster of ex-players sue the league over concussions.
Why doesn't Seattle have a green space for writers?
News TribuneRobin Ferris.As of today, Robin Ferris and her team have collected 47,883 signatures in four and a half months to recall Pierce County assessor/treasurer… Continue reading
Gaxiola, Bush, Forde.The reputed lover of former Seattle prostitute and Minuteman leader Shawna Forde is now scheduled to join her and Wenatchee white supremacist Jason… Continue reading
Joe in paradise.For this week's cover story on the uproar in Medina over the firing of Police Chief Jeff Chen--who bought machine guns to protect… Continue reading
City Hall squabbles are part of the fabric of Bill Gates' hometown.
PugelAn assistant Seattle Police chief, though he is part of an ongoing federal lawsuit by a now 20-year-old special-ed student accusing his officers of brutality,… Continue reading
"I felt, and others did too, if those in power really wanted to know who killed him, they would have found out. It would be… Continue reading
Weinergate LogoUpdate: Weiner makes it official, resigns "so my colleagues can get back to work, my neighbors can choose a new representative and most importantly… Continue reading
Holmes, uneaten.Seattle attorney John C. Siegel spent two months in jail defending himself against felony charges of threatening to kill Seattle Municipal Court Judge Kimi… Continue reading
CordovaGennette Cordova, the Seattle college student who unwittingly helped submarine the political career of congressman (and once-likely next New York City mayor) Anthony Weiner, is… Continue reading