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The state Commission on Judicial Conduct has settled its case with a Puyallup city judge who locked up a crime victim for lying to police.… Continue reading
A federal judge has sent the long-running Ezell's Famous Chicken food fight back to state court, where it is now heading for a summary judgment… Continue reading
Part of the problem of writing about the historic murder of Ed Pratt for this week's SW was that few today remember he was the… Continue reading
Ed Pratt.Seattle Urban League director Ed Pratt was 38 when shot to death in the doorway of his suburban Seattle home Jan. 26, 1969. It… Continue reading
A key source in the civil-rights crusader's murder says police have solved Seattle's coldest case.
In August, you will be asked to vote on this:The City Council is authorized to decide whether to issue the notice referenced in Section 2.3… Continue reading
Why a recent ruling on the tunnel puts Seattle deeper in the hole.
KOMO-TV"Forgive us our..."By the time he hit his mid-20s, Randy Dyer had racked up 12 arrests, most for drugs, and had participated in a spectacular… Continue reading
The only certainties left standing after Judge Laura Gene Middaugh's ruling yesterday on the downtown waterfront-tunnel referendum were these: It's 2007 all over again, and… Continue reading
I-ManAssuming this is his real name, Bill Kroske, vice president of business development at American Traffic Solutions, Inc.--the Arizona company that contracts for traffic-enforcement camera… Continue reading
BramArmy Staff Sgt. David Bram has now joined four other Joint Base Lewis-McChord Stryker soldiers facing charges of murdering Afghan civilians last year. Bram, 27,… Continue reading
This is the portrait of Bill and Melinda Gates (see larger view below), commissioned by the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery in D.C. and unveiled this… Continue reading
With one exception, KOMO-TV, the Seattle news media didn't seem too upset last week when the mayor's office lectured TV crews on the proper ways… Continue reading
Judge KondoUnable to make his $1.5 million bail, Mercer Island attorney John C. Siegel has become a genuine jailhouse lawyer. He's working out of his… Continue reading
A war once started, never ends, and that is true in Afghanistan, despite Osama bin Laden's death, and Iraq, despite the final pullout of U.S.… Continue reading
A week after Boeing announced a 13 percent, $586 million first-quarter profit, we learn about some oldie-but-goodie sales practices that have helped keep the Lazy… Continue reading
Seattle's most notorious cold case gets a whole lot warmer.
Washington's toll in Iraq in 2011.
The Army didn't tell anyone about a disturbed AWOL soldier until it was too late.
Ms. Bad Hair.Too many bank robbers, not enough nicknames? The "Bad Hair Babe" has struck again in the South Sound, increasing her bounty to a… Continue reading