Pacific NW Magazine | Even with high fuel prices, a withering economic downturn and the near-death of our automobile-manufacturing industry, Americans are still car people. Rick Koch, above, gets lots of looks when he drives his 1930 Model A Ford around Seattle.
A new forecast projects tax collections will be higher than expected — a potential game changer for budget negotiations.
- My Edmonds News | Police release photo of suspect in Lake Ballinger area assault and purse snatching
- Ravenna Blog | Beloved metal animals stolen from Ravenna Park playground
- Hiking with my Brother | Palisades Trail #1198
- PhinneyWood.com | City orders owners of long-empty, graffiti-covered building in Phinney Ridge to civil violations hearing
- Issaquah Press | Regal Cinemas in Issaquah Highlands will open June 29
- 05:51 PM Driver accused of killing soccer ball dribbler out of jail; he's in hospice
- 04:31 PM Tokyo-bound Boeing 787 diverted to Seattle due to oil-filter problem
- 04:30 PM Would-be burglar may be same man who tried to snatch White Center child
- 02:40 PM Car crashes into North Seattle building -- twice
I don't plan to be alone forever, but I reject the notion that, as Campoamor suggested, it's someone else's job to woo me and sweep me off my feet.Thanh Tan, column: "A choice to be single in Seattle"
UPDATE - 06:22 PM Paris Air Show: Airbus, Boeing both squeeze suppliers on costs
UPDATE - 06:35 PM Paris Air Show: Boeing CEO McNerney may stay past 65
UPDATE - 06:21 PM Google’s purchase of Waze may bring government scrutiny
Entertainment & Living
NEW - 07:00 PM Concert preview: John Prine at the Zoo