In the news:
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, center at top, spoke to a packed crowd of 1,200 at the University of Washington campus Monday. When she was done, she posed for photos with groups of grinning students. The appearance part of a book tour for "My Beloved Life," her 2010 autobiography.
Brief closures of the Alaskan Way Viaduct are expected in the weeks ahead so that state workers can repair new cracks discovered during an inspection March 1.
- NEW - 6:31 AM A mom at 12: Sex-abuse victim to receive $3M from DSHS
- North Bend area on alert after rape of restaurant worker
- UPDATE - 06:33 AM Iranian men with stolen passports on jet 'not terrorists'
- Microsoft fired up about ‘Titanfall’ debut
- Vicious pet cat traps Portland couple
- Larry Stone: Home is where the heart is for Bennett
UPDATE - 06:33 AM Dallas Seavey wins his second Iditarod dog race
UPDATE - 06:33 AM Attitudes and laws against pit bulls soften
- Torture survivors thrive on a new kind of treatment in Seattle | Seattle Globalist
- Will third time be a charm Tuesday night for filling vacant Edmonds City Council seat? | My Edmonds News
- Meet the East Precinct's new new captain, 29-year SPD vet Pierre Davis | Capitol Hill Seattle Blog
- State asks Issaquah to annex Lake Sammamish State Park | Issaquah Press
- West Seattle Junction development: Another crane up; concrete-pour traffic alert | West Seattle Blog
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
NEW - 06:15 AM LOCAL BOOKS | NW books
NEW - 06:15 AM March 11 TV Picks: ‘Growing Up Fisher’ with J.K. Simmons