In the news:
Brief closures of the Alaskan Way Viaduct are expected in the weeks ahead so that state workers can repair the cracks discovered during an inspection March 1. Above, a bicyclist approaches a viaduct column near Seneca Street. Ivy growing on columns there will be removed for a closer look.
A woman who gave birth at age 12 says she suffered 15 more years of abuse by her mother's boyfriend because the state failed to investigate properly.
- UPDATE - 09:08 AM Malaysian military says missing jet changed course
- UPDATE - 09:08 AM Sen. Feinstein: CIA searched Intelligence Committee computer network
- North Bend area on alert after rape of restaurant worker
- ‘Titanfall’ debut, Richard Sherman a boost for Xbox One sales?
- Brandi Carlile: Pike Place memories, baby on the way | Nicole Brodeur
UPDATE - 09:08 AM Dallas Seavey wins his second Iditarod dog race
UPDATE - 09:08 AM Attitudes and laws against pit bulls soften
- Seattle freeze thawing in Rainier Beach | Seattle Globalist
- Joint Queen Anne and Magnolia meeting to discuss proposed Metro bus service cuts | Queen Anne View
- West Seattle Crime Watch: Truck taken, followed, found | West Seattle Blog
- Bloedel One of 20 Nominees for USA Today's Best Public Garden in North America | Inside Bainbridge
- Greenwood Subway worker refuses to be robbed by man with gun | PhinneyWood.com
I found it easier to find health violations at my neighborhood restaurant than about problems at my kid's child-care center.Jonathan Martin, column: "Make child care transparent for parents"
- Editorial: Congress, support changes to harbor-maintenance tax
- Editorial: A budget change for wildfires
- Bravo Lake Washington Symphony Orchestra
- Guest: The death penalty is an important tool of law enforcement | Guest columnist
Entertainment & Living
UPDATE - 08:56 AM Earshot Jazz picks 2013 award winners
UPDATE - 08:49 AM Refurbished Pollock masterpiece goes on display