the seattle times
If you picked up a copy of the Seattle Times on Saturday, Valentine’s Day, you likely sall the full-page ad that read, “Briana, will you marry me? Love, Robbie.” The paper’s advertising sales manager Rob Schwertley was behind the stunt.
The Seattle Times said the paper is “outraged” to learn that the FBI created a fake news story on a “bogus” web page in order to plant tracking software in the computer of a bomb threat suspect.
Richard Sherman says fans are hanging around his house because the Seattle Times posted his address in an article.
The Seattle City Council is scheduled to vote Monday whether to approve a pay raise for Seattle City Light CEO Jorge Carrasco. He’s already the highest-paid city employee at nearly $245,000 a year.
Washington State officials are scrambling to change a state rule that allows a “payback” health care bill to be sent to a Medicaid recipient’s estate after their death.
Executive Editor David Boardman says the paper simply can’t afford to keep giving away full access to its website.
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The Seattle Times Company is now actively working to support Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob McKenna and gay marriage, part of a push to demonstrate the effectiveness of newspaper political advertising.
A campaign staffer for Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob McKenna has apologized for two tweets she sent months ago making fun of Asians and the elderly.