A$AP Rocky, Chromeo, Matt and Kim and Spoon are just four of the headliners taking part in this year’s Capitol Hill Block Party.
A Seattle hospital spokeswoman says an 81-year-old man injured in the deadly March 22 mudslide at Oso has been discharged. That leaves just one mudslide victim still at Harborview Medical Center.
A Seattle group seeking a $15 an hour minimum wage has filed the paperwork for a city initiative, increasing pressure on Mayor Ed Murray and the city council to pass a wage increase without exemptions or delays.
“It’s clear we need more primary care physicians,” WSU president Elson Floyd said. The University of Washington has done a great job of putting doctors in the region, he said, but increasing demand in rural Washington state “is so great it may require two medical schools.”
The mammoth tusk that was discovered at a South Lake Union construction site will officially get a name Friday.
Gov. Jay Inslee has asked the federal government to declare Snohomish County as a farm disaster area so farmers and ranchers affected by the deadly Oso mudslide could seek financial and other help.
County sheriff’s deputies mistakenly shot to death a man who was fleeing from a knife-wielding attacker at a West Hollywood apartment, authorities announced Thursday.
The University of Washington says former Microsoft Corp. CEO Steve Ballmer will be the university graduation speaker in June.
A ferret phobia led to a standoff of sorts outside a Capitol Hill bar Saturday.
More than 100 law enforcement agencies throughout the state will target drivers who are talking on hand-held cell phones, texting or otherwise not paying attention to the road.
The recovery effort continues in Oso as crews deal with restoring the town and families cope with tragedy.
Check out these scenes from Seatte in the early part of the 20th century. There’s even a photo from 1989!
Scenes from the Taco Time 12th Man Tailgate on November 17, 2013.
King Khan and The Shrines perform at Neumos in Seattle, WA on October 16, 2013. (Photo by David Conger / CBS Seattle)