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Soon a jury will decide the fate of William Talbott, in the nation’s first trial involving genetic genealogy.
After 11 years, no resolution for family of 24-year-old Arpana Jinaga.
Bellevue made a commitment in 2012, but its shelter won’t have a permanent site until 2022.
Wildfires in Washington will likely roar back this year and into the future.
Video of a Renton family on Father’s Day has been seen by over 10 million viewers
Report by the Center for Climate Integrity shows multibillion-dollar cost of battling back the sea.
“Seattle NorthCountry” means to conjure images of outdoor recreation, urbanscapes and rural vistas.
Suspect William Talbott II of SeaTac says he did not kill a young Canadian couple in 1987.
The Legislature set the goal, but how does the state actually get there?
With good food, craft beverages and a relaxed vibe, it offers a quintessential Northwest experience.
A year in, the interpretation and translation course is seeing promising results for bilingual students.
Opening statements are Friday in William Talbott’s trial for the killing of a young Canadian couple.
Pilot program would benefit wineries, breweries and distilleries. Several farmers are concerned.
Washington State Ferries will cancel several late-night sailings to make repairs at the Fauntleroy dock beginning this week. WSF spokesperson Hadley Rodero said the problem… Continue reading
Plastic is piling up everywhere from King County to ocean floors, and humans keep making more.
Daily service between Everett and the California desert begins Nov. 5.
It’s been a popular pit stop in Gold Bar for skiers and hikers, and the same family still runs it.
Caitlin Kinnunen, nominated for a Tony Award, began learning her art with Village Theatre’s KidStage.
The characters in this space stumbled into love, a Netflix movie deal, potato chips and a drumming debut.
“If we are in the travel business, we are contributing to the destruction of our environment,” he said.