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As home prices cool off in Seattle, outlying areas heat up
Recent real estate news has made much of how King County, and in particular Seattle, are slowing down somewhat. Prices may still be fairly high, but they've fallen nearly $100,000 since the spring heyday, and those price increases are now decreasing there faster than anywhere in the country.
Blue Angels land in Seattle in preparation for Seafair
SEATTLE -- There may be several more months of wintry weather ahead in the Puget Sound region, but preparations have begun for the popular summertime event, Seafair. The advance team for the Blue Angels landed in Seattle Monday morning.
Dear Mike O’Brien: I drive my car in bus lanes all the time
Seattle Councilmember Mike O’Brien has a never-ending quest to blame Seattle traffic on everyone but bicyclists, pedestrians, bus drivers, people with two passengers in their cars, city planners, bad engineering, and the war on cars. Now he has a new culprit: people who drive cars in the bus-only la
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Missing Seattle woman with dementia found safe
SEATTLE — Police in Seattle are searching for a 72-year-old woman who walked away from her home near Miller Park. The Seattle Police Department issued an endangered missing person alert shortly after noon Monday.
Capitol Hill commutes hopefully not too jostled by Seattle Viadoom traffic
The Viadoom is here. You might know it as the Seattle Squeeze, the Period of Maximum Constraint or Carmageddon. Longer, yet: The longest closure of a major highway — Highway 99 — ever seen in the Puget Sound region, which is predicted to create a three-week traffic jam rippling across the city and r
Smino Unveils ‘The Hoopti’ Tour
Smino is hitting the road. Looking to give his NOIR project a (deserving) push, the St. Louis native will embark on The Hoopti Tour this year. Kicking off with a pair of shows across seas in Manchester (3/16) and London (3/19), Smino and company will venture back to the states with stops in Seattle,
Marina fire destroys 3 boats; Seattle firefighters, good Samaritans credited with saving others
SEATTLE - One man was injured when he and his dog jumped into the water to escape a boat fire at Lakewood Marina in South Seattle Sunday night. The fire destroyed three boats, but witnesses say it could’ve been much worse.
New Washington map shows why environmental health is a justice issue; see the risks in your area
Most of us use maps to help us know where we’re going. As a journalist, I’m just as intrigued by maps that tell us where we’ve been, who we are, what we’re made of and how we treat each other.
UCLA gymnast from Bellevue scores perfect 10 with floor routine
You've likely seen it by now - UCLA gymnast Katelyn Ohashi’s jaw-dropping "perfect 10" floor routine that has broken the internet. Her incredible athleticism impressed the judges and wowed the crowd.
Owner of closed Seattle nightclub arrested after huge drug bust
SEATTLE, Wash. — The owner of a Seattle nightclub was arrested along with 16 other people after an undercover investigation led police to seize a copious amount of drugs, including the date-rape drug GHB.
3 ways to enjoy your week in Seattle
From a film festival to a volunteer clean up session, there's plenty to enjoy in Seattle this week. Read on for a rundown of ideas for how to fill your calendar. Hoodline offers data-driven analysis of local happenings and trends across cities. Links included in this article may earn Hoodline a comm
WSDOT: Commutes looking good but weather could foul up streak
SHORELINE, Wash. – The Washington State Department of Transportation believes for most drivers Tuesday morning’s commutes were pretty close to normal. A handful of snarls made for a rough start – but thanks to good weather and commuters beginning earlier in the morning the Seattle squeeze wasn’t too
Would you want to be composted after you die? Washington lawmakers consider making it legal
A bipartisan effort to make Washington the first state to legalize human composting faced its first test in front of lawmakers on Tuesday — and the idea seemed to go over relatively well.
Planning a trip for Spring Break? You should buy your plane ticket today.
SEATTLE -- If you're planning a trip for spring break, you should buy your airline tickets today! Seriously. Researchers at Forbes say the prime booking window is between 21 and 110 days before your travel date.
19+ New Jobs In And Around Bellevue
From healthcare to hospitality, to teaching positions and retail, the job listings in this week's employment postings are chock-full of opportunities for those on the hunt for the perfect job. We have curated some of the most interesting openings recently listed around the area. Customize your searc
It's Time to Submit Your Events for the Spring 2019 Edition of Seattle Art and Performance
Believe it or not, spring will be here soon, and will bring with it the spring edition of Seattle Art and Performance, the city's most comprehensive seasonal arts guide, on March 13.
Gray returning, but Seattle has passed its peak of the gloomy season
SEATTLE -- The sunshine the past couple of days has been a welcome sight for those who crave the light and who feels the weight of stretches of gray, cloudy skies that don’t seem to surrender even when the rainfall takes a break.
Furloughed federal workers offered 90-day, interest-free loans by Washington Federal
As hundreds of thousands of federal workers prepare for yet another week without a paycheck, those in Washington and seven other states may get some short-term relief. On Wednesday, Seattle-based Washington Federal Savings Bank will begin offering interest-free, 90-day loans to furloughed federal wo
Microsoft Plans Affordable Housing Investment
Tech companies are often blamed, fairly or not, for helping to make the cities where they are based unaffordable for residents who aren’t earning software engineer salaries. In the Seattle area, Microsoft is planning to do something about it and will announce details of a new initiative on Thursday.