In the news:
Welding instructor Ken Johnson, right, shows student Naomi Ruden how to load a wire feed welder. A taxpayer-funded welding class at Seattle's Vigor Shipyards is training long-unemployed workers for a career change — and a blue-collar dream of a steady living wage.
A new defined-contribution retirement-savings account will replace the old plan for all nonunion salaried staff including managers and executives.
A tiff over who gets credit, the House or Senate, endangers identical bills that would let out-of-state veterans pay in-state tuition.
- Wet start to March causing mudslides, closures
- Safeway, Albertsons announce merger
- Man tagged as bitcoin creator denies ties with digital currency
- UPDATE - 03:16 AM Crimea to vote on leaving Ukraine for Russia
- Court battle next in ouster of Eastside Catholic educator
- Woman who faked cancer gets 2 years in prison, must pay $400K
- With greater perspective, Corey Hart attempts comeback with Mariners | Jerry Brewer
- UPDATE - 02:10 AM 16th-century manual shows 'rocket cat' weaponry
- A Food Forest, Native Plants and Permaculture In One Garden - at the Portland Yard, Garden & Patio Show | Plant Talk
- Documentary 'Blackfish' and cast members at Edmonds CC Thursday | My Edmonds News
- Falls View Canyon Trail #868 | Hiking with my Brother
- Sale of Best Western Puts over $23 Million of Prime Bainbridge Real Estate on the Market | Inside Bainbridge
- Video shows 24 Hours of King County Metro -- 'every bus through every stop, for one entire weekday' | Capitol Hill 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: Premera shrouds transparency
- Editorial: Put heat on e-cigarettes and ‘vaping’
- Time running out for state Legislature to pass anti-sex trafficking bills
- Guest: Fund early learning in state budget