Earlean Hicks, far left, a parent educator with the Children's Society of Washington, visits with Anna Powell, center, and her children at home in Kent. The program, which faces budget cuts, works with families with young children to support healthy development and school readiness.
The state wants to further assess the proposed sale near site of deadly mudslide to ensure there are no risks to nearby homes.
- UPDATE - 11:50 PM Captain of sunken S. Korean ferry, 2 crew arrested
- UPDATE - 10:30 PM Report: Seattle ranks No. 2 for cyclist and pedestrian safety
- UPDATE - 10:01 PM Local Sherpa asks: Who will pay to educate dead guides’ kids?
- Filling Easter baskets pricier as cost of chocolate climbs
- Huskies unveil new uniforms
- UPDATE - 11:28 PM Giancarlo Stanton’s grand slam beats M's
UPDATE - 11:50 PM Search resumes for bodies in Everest avalanche
UPDATE - 11:50 PM US puts off decision on Keystone XL pipeline
Entertainment & Living
If tips were not recognized as income under a new minimum wage, our payroll would increase by $910,000.Rich Fox, guest column: "Count restaurant tips in minimum-wage debate"
- Editorial: State needs to seek more help for high-school counselors
- Editorial: Vote no on King County Proposition 1
- Guest: Count restaurant tips in minimum-wage debate
- Guest: What happened to the eight-hour workday?
UPDATE - 10:13 PM Young UW QBs look to spring forward
UPDATE - 09:51 PM Next Zags-WSU game at Spokane Arena
UPDATE - 10:40 PM Hornets cause golfer Larrazabal to jump into lake
UPDATE - 10:54 PM No. 6 UW baseball clinches series win against California