The group promoting an initiative that would bring charter schools to Washington began running its first TV ad in the state on Friday.
Adam Brown and Jason Reid weren’t seeking critical acclaim or a national audience when they went about chronicling the steps that led the Seattle SuperSonics to become the Oklahoma City Thunder. But the documentary will get a national stage on Friday night when it’s broadcast on CNBC, which purchased the rights.
It’s time for Super Bowl XLVI. Whether you care who’s in it to win it or not, it’s a day for friends, fun and fantastic food. Here’s where you can meet up in Seattle on February 5.
Northwest icon and Seattle kids’ favorite clown, J.P. Patches, will be live on TV once again this Wednesday, December 14 on Channel 9, KCTS.
In the world of television sitcoms, fathers often stand out as memorable and unforgettable and we thought we would pay tribute to some of them in our list of Best TV Dads of all-time.