Skip to main content

Waterfront park to reflect region’s rich tribal heritage

In this photo from 1891, dugout canoes are moored at a boat launch at South Washington Street in Seattle. The scene shows the continuing influence of Native American culture on the fast-growing young city, despite the presence of discrimination aimed at local tribes.

UW Special Collections, Negative #NA897

In this photo from 1891, dugout canoes are moored at a boat launch at South Washington Street in Seattle. The scene shows the continuing influence of Native American culture on the fast-growing young city, despite the presence of discrimination aimed at local tribes.

UPDATE - 06:32 AM
Feds might return grizzly bears to North Cascades

Nearly 40 years after grizzly bears were declared threatened, the federal government is looking at ways to restore the species.

Multimedia

Videos | Photography | Interactive Graphics | Purchase photos | Submit a Photo

Zipping through the trees of Bellevue

Zip liners experience the wind in their face as they take in the Bellevue Zip Tour and what it has to offer.

Beekeeping with Larry Brainard

Sockeye salmon in the upper Columbia

Making math make sense

Meet the winemakers

Meet the winemakers

View video interviews, conducted by The Seattle Times wine writer Andy Perdue, profiling five of our state's top winemakers.

Subscribe now.

Subscribe now.

8 weeks for 99 cents! Get unlimited digital access to our award winning journalism today.

Advertising
advertising

Movies, TV, Comics & Games

Movie listings

TV times

Tonight in Prime Time

advertising
advertising