After a notorious hazing incident last fall, parents and students at Garfield High School are tackling a school-culture problem that's widespread here and across the nation. Above, Garfield upperclassmen crack up Monday after performing during their Link Crew training.
UPDATE - 09:12 AM
Weyerhaeuser to move to Seattle
The company will relocate in 2016 when construction of a new building in Pioneer Square is complete.
UPDATE - 08:04 AM Signs of sea-star recovery in California but not in NW
NEW - 09:41 AM 2 Puget Sound schools install bus cameras
UPDATE - 09:47 AM Girl accidentally kills gun instructor with Uzi
UPDATE - 09:47 AM Bound bodies of 2 found in Philly river; 3rd hurt
UPDATE - 09:47 AM Muslims react with outrage at UK sex abuse report
UPDATE - 09:47 AM Police: 911 botches call about child locked in car
Entertainment & Living
The mysterious and tragic death of Watoto at the Woodland Park Zoo underscores the fact that it is time for Seattle to get out of the elephant business, once and for all.Editorial: "Watoto's death a wake-up call for city, Woodland Park Zoo"
- Editorial: Feds drag feet on banking access for marijuana industry
- Editorial: Frank Chopp for the 43rd legislative district
- What it means for schools to lose control over Title I funds and No Child Left Behind waiver
- Guest: From warriors to guardians — returning American police culture to democratic ideals
UPDATE - 09:45 AM US indexes drift a day after record; Express gains