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Seattle wins 84-77 to hand Minnesota its first loss of the season.
The reigning WNBA champs were short-handed in an 87-84 loss to Phoenix at Angel of the Winds Arena.
I witnessed ‘Contemplative Doug,’ not ‘Angry Doug,’ in my time covering the Seahawks.
North Cascades Crew spent six years raising money, and volunteers worked long days building it.
Seattle selected TCU defensive end L.J. Collier, who was 29th overall, and stockpiled additional picks.
But Tod Leiweke says the privately financed venue will be “one of the finest buildings in the country.”
The ex-Lake Stevens quarterback participated in his first spring practice as an eligible player.
Everett Memorial Stadium, home of the minor-league AquaSox, will get new branding and a 15-foot statue.
Aberdeen native Daniel Bryan once again tops the pro wrestling world, but this time he’s an intriguing environmental bad guy.
In his last year on the ballot, the Mariner legend and greatest designated hitter of all time gets the Cooperstown call.
Gary Bettman discussed the new franchise’s name, the city’s hockey infracture, and future All-Star Games.
How Jerry Dipoto’s radical rebuild feels like an emotionless venture capital operation.
Seattle’s professional hockey team will lace up the skates in 2021 after the league unanimously approved its expansion bid.
This franchise, man.
The mysterious backers of the initiative won’t say why, but some think it’s because they couldn’t get funding to gather the necessary signatures.
It’s hard not to be cynical as the Warriors and Kings come to town for an NBA preseason game.
Q&A with the Hall of Fame wide receiver
The initiative, filed by a group called “Citizens Against Sports Stadium Subsidies,” could put the $135 million spending plan on the ballot early next year.
Critical King County Councilmembers call plan “a fleecing” and “irresponsible.”
Behind MVP Breanna Stewart, the franchise captures its third league championship.