Man Proposes With $5,000 Newspaper AdA London attorney looking for a romantic, dramatic gesture of love took out a $5,000 half-page ad in a local newspaper to propose to his girlfriend.
Swedish CEO Resigns Days After Seattle Times InvestigationThe CEO of Swedish Health Services has resigned from his post, nearly two weeks after a Seattle Times investigation revealed turmoil inside Swedish's neurosurgery institute.
Protesters Fight Seattle City Council Proposed Police PrecinctThe Seattle City Council meeting was interrupted by protesters trying to join a meeting about the proposed $149 million North police precinct.
Are Washington Schools Protected From Earthquakes? New Report Says 'No'A Seattle Times report finds more than 380,000 students in Washington state live in earthquake-prone areas and attend schools built before seismic construction standards were adopted statewide
Don Shelton Named Seattle Times EditorDon Shelton, sports editor of The Seattle Times, has been named the publication's new editor.
Home Prices Rising Faster In Washington Than In Any Other StateHome prices in Washington state are rising faster than any other state in the nation, growing at a rate of nearly double the national average, a newspaper reported.
Bail Set For Man Who Drove To Hospital With Body In CarAn Everett man who police say drove his girlfriend's body to a state psychiatric hospital in the Tacoma suburb of Lakewood and told staff he was responsible is due in court Wednesday.
FBI Confirms It Faked AP Story To Catch Bomb SuspectThe 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
Embattled Founder Of Seattle Megachurch ResignsMars Hill Church founder Mark Driscoll was facing accusations that he bullied members, threatened opponents, lied and mishandled church funds.
Report: Sherman, Crabtree Feud Linked Back To Charity Event ScuffleLong 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.
Man Pleads Guilty To Stealing $1 Million From SPU A former employee of Seattle Public Utilities has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $1 million from the utility.
Daughter Accused Of Abusing Elderly Parents 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.

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