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You may have seen the CSI episode.
From the little I know about cutting, I’m guessing the goal isn't to put someone in the hospital. Last week, a King County prosecutor dropped… Continue reading
From the little I know about cutting, I?m guessing the goal isn't to put someone in the hospital. Last week, a King County prosecutor dropped… Continue reading
Those knives and box cutters you tried to carry on the plane are for sale in Auburn.
Your neighborhood cop is about to find out.
Meet the dazzling denizens who put the no in downtown's most notorious corridor.
Hint: The service sucks, the chickens are fake, and it's not a joke.
Don't bother washing up.
What: BBQ Sundae Where: Rowdy Cowgirl BBQ, 3620 Stone Way N., 954-1100, www.rowdycowgirl.com. FREMONT Cost: $7.95 Would I eat it again? Probably not. Southern delicacies… Continue reading
In 1962, U.S. Army Pvt. James Dresnok walked north across the Korean demilitarized zone, firing upon his own troops as he deserted. Now he's reportedly… Continue reading
Seattle Public Utilities employee is suing over an alleged hazing incident that left him covered in crap.
Emmanuel Vinny Miranda takes the stage as Juanny Cash, the 15-Year-Old Johnny Cash Prodigy.
Trying to digest an International District disaster.
They're smart, hungry, and can hurt you!
A notorious Seattle pet-control activist comes out of hibernation for the fight.
Pygmy goats are awfully cute, but is the City Councils bid to equate them with cats and dogs such a good idea in a modern metropolis?
Beware the girlie drinks.
Eating around town on just 13 bills.
Once thought of as political operative material, Jacob Nickels was part of a nationwide casino-cheating ring, prosecutors say.
Perhaps the smartest decision Berhane Amanuel made in his life was leaving his mother behind in Ethiopia when he emigrated in 1987. Now Amanuel's got… Continue reading