Rick Anderson

Army Spc. Justin Hebert.

The War Hits Home

As they laid Justin Hebert to rest, it was hard to square the death of the 20-year-old with what we know now about the invasion of Iraq.

Army Spc. Justin Hebert.
Haunted hotel: residents fear their own home.

The war zone

Drugs and death haunt city-owned Morrison Hotel.

Haunted hotel: residents fear their own home.

The Wright stuff

How publicly owned PacMed was turned into a local profiteer's hot property.

Seattle Country Day School.

There Goes the Neighborhood

An elite school's expansion plans rile Queen Anne Hill residents.

Seattle Country Day School.

Thin blue line-up

More hazards of police work: 'ignorant clones,' hot talk, and Full Monty searches.

Thinning blue line

Charges of racism, illegal tapings, and another resignation add to SPD's woes.

Will Baker

This Will Has a Way

The GOP has disowned kooky auditor candidate Will Baker, but he still got 410,718 primary votes.

Will Baker

Through the roof

AFTER FOUR MONTHS, money was still going out the roof. "It could be millions! How we know?" says an old man waiting to buy Lotto… Continue reading

Time and punishment

Minutes turn into days at the county's 911 unit.

A new $5 billion law suit contends that at the time the EgyptAir 767 was built, Boeing was cutting corners on safety.

Time bombs in the sky?

Boeing 767s flew with flaws, claim whistle-blowers.

A new $5 billion law suit contends that at the time the EgyptAir 767 was built, Boeing was cutting corners on safety.
How did the authorities overlook Tim Eyman's guilty grin?

Toothless watchdog

The state missed initiative guru Tim Eyman's money games.

How did the authorities overlook Tim Eyman's guilty grin?
Yes, Chief, we have secured the Bon Marché.

Top cop speaks

Why the 'nest of anarchists' wasn't raided and other tales from the WTO.

Yes, Chief, we have secured the Bon Marché.
The tow man cometh.

Towed While Black

Critics charge the city's towing law unfairly targets the poor and minorities.

The tow man cometh.
The law doesn't mean anything in the South End, claims Tim O'Brien.

Toxic harvest

In Georgetown, hazardous chemicals are a matter of heaven and earth.

The law doesn't mean anything in the South End, claims Tim O'Brien.
Margita Dornay Noe was a prosecutor-for-hire at this Issaquah law firm.

Trials and Tribulations

The bar takes on the case of the loving, lying suburban prosecutor.

Margita Dornay Noe was a prosecutor-for-hire at this Issaquah law firm.
Trigger finger

Trigger finger

Gunless trooper makes a kinder, gentler bust.

Trigger finger
Pastor Dan Peterson and his wife, Lavone, will no longer be able to provide prayer, food, and clothing on Second Avenue.

Trouble at the temple

Belltown's poor will miss the ministry provided by Bethel Temple.

Pastor Dan Peterson and his wife, Lavone, will no longer be able to provide prayer, food, and clothing on Second Avenue.

Trouble in Tacoma

Is this any way to run a campaign? Seek a court seat from which you've been suspended and can't retake if and when reelected? That,… Continue reading

Stuck in "The Hole": Writer Paul Trummel is now in solitary confinement.

Trummel in solitary

NEWSLETTER AND Internet publisher Paul Trummel, whose February jailing prompted a flood of protests by journalists and others around the U.S., has now been dispatched… Continue reading

Stuck in "The Hole": Writer Paul Trummel is now in solitary confinement.
Attorney Robert Siegel fights on.

Trummel still jailed

LAST WEEK, Paul Trummel chose jail again rather than change his Web site. Trummel has been jailed since Feb. 27 for failing to alter accusatory… Continue reading

Attorney Robert Siegel fights on.