The FBI confirmed Tuesday it faked an Associated Press story to catch a bomb threat suspect in 2007, but now says it did not spoof a Seattle Times Web page as part of the investigation
Mars Hill Church founder Mark Driscoll was facing accusations that he bullied members, threatened opponents, lied and mishandled church funds.
Long before Sherman’s comments last night that he is “the best corner in the game,” a report from The Seattle Times points to some off-the-field trash-talking that allegedly occurred at a charity event last summer.
A former employee of Seattle Public Utilities has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $1 million from the utility.
Police in the Seattle suburb of Redmond say they’ve arrested a 65-year-old woman accused of stealing more than $67,000 from her elderly parents and depriving them of proper food, medication and care.
A woman suspected of shooting and critically wounding a 65-year-old man inside a Seattle parks department building was arrested at her home Friday, hours after fleeing the scene.
Angelesque Stilettos, a Seattle-based shoe design company, custom “blings” your favorite new shoes with gorgeous Swarovski Crystals – and they are headed to the GRAMMYS on Sunday, February 10!
Steve and Bill talk with CBS senior NFL columnist Clark Judge, King 5’s Chris Daniels, Washington State University forward Brock Motum and Geoff Baker from the Seattle Times.
FBI Special Agent Frederick Humphries II, the agent who initially saw the emails the FBI said Petraeus’ biographer and mistress, Paula Broadwell, sent to Tampa socialite Jill Kelley (pictured). The Seattle Times reported that Humphries sent a shirtless photo of himself to Kelley and others, including one of the Times’ reporters, in an email Sept. 9, 2010.
A Seattle school has banned students from celebrating a new holiday this year: Halloween.