Woman found dead in Bellevue home
The King County Prosecutor’s Office typically takes nearly three months to file DUI charges, according to a Seattle Times analysis of court data. The statewide norm is three days.
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Nicole Brodeur's Names in Bold
“Women Who Rock” at EMP, chocolate and fashion at Gilda’s Club, and drinking wine in the streets with the Balagan Theatre.
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Seattle City Council leaders Monday recommended rejecting Mayor Mike McGinn’s call to fund studies of a light-rail crossing over the Ship Canal.
The federal government is putting a former Coast Guard cutter up for auction after efforts to send it to a museum in Juneau failed.
The Supreme Court won't reconsider a jury's decision that an off-duty Seattle police officer who was cut off in traffic violated a man's rights by detaining him at gunpoint.
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The national team trio of Eddie Johnson, Brad Evans and Mario Martinez will rejoin the Sounders this week after Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier between the U.S. and Honduras in Utah.
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A contrite Chad Johnson apologized for disrespecting a judge in court and the former player was released from jail after a week instead of serving all of his 30-day sentence.
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Olivia Carville, 24, is a journalist from The Press, a daily newspaper in Christchurch, New Zealand. Last Tuesday, she went to her first American sports event and it didn’t exactly go as planned.
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Oregon State stayed alive at the College World Series, beating Louisville 11-4 in a loser-out game in Omaha, Neb.
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Times reporter Jayda Evans will have a weekly conversation with a newsmaker in the WNBA.
Justin Rose walked the 18th fairway and thought of Ben Hogan, and a chance to emulate one of the most famous shots in golf.
The Mariners eventually collapsed in steady fashion for a 10-2 loss to the Oakland Athletics.
Mickelson finished in a tie for second, the sixth time he’s finished in that spot at the Open, while Rose became the first Englishman to win the tournament since 1970.
Greg Biffle of Vancouver, Wash., won the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race at Michigan International Speedway.
Manu Ginobili ran onto the floor as fans stood and screamed.
Previously slumping Manu Ginobili collected 24 points and 10 assists to lead San Antonio to a 114-104 victory over defending champion Miami.
The Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks meet in Game 3 of the best-of-seven Stanley Cup Final on Monday night in Boston. After two games that went into overtime, the series is tied at 1-1.
Stefen Romero collected two hits and drove in three runs as the Tacoma Rainiers fell to the Sacramento River Cats 6-3 in a Pacific Coast League game Sunday.
Youth and recreation leagues are forming, camps and classes are taking place, tryouts are being scheduled and more is going on across the region.
Boeing’s largest Dreamliner, the 787-10, could be built exclusively in South Carolina, interviews at the Paris Air Show suggest.
Deals between pharmaceutical corporations and their generic drug competitors, which government officials say keep cheaper forms of medicine off the market, can sometimes be illegal and therefore can be challenged in court, the Supreme Court said Monday.
U.S. stock futures are rising sharply ahead of this week's two-day policy meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Is the era of ultra-low interest rates nearing an end?
Apple says it received between 4,000 and 5,000 requests from U.S. law enforcement for customer data for the six months ended in May.
Google has resolved a shareholder lawsuit blocking a long-delayed stock split, clearing the way for the Internet search leader to issue a new class of non-voting shares later this year.
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A Chinese university has built the world's fastest supercomputer, almost doubling the speed of the U.S. machine that previously claimed the top spot and underlining China's rise as a science and technology powerhouse.
Bob Meistrell, who co-founded the Body Glove clothing company and helped develop the first neoprene wetsuit, has died in Southern California. He was 84.
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DreamWorks Animation has decided to forgo cable TV in favor of Netflix. The agreement is the latest in the competitive market for streaming content, with major services like Seattle-based Amazon and Hulu vying to capture viewers.
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Low mortgage rates, a strengthening job market and limited inventories are benefiting builders as the housing market contributes to growth this year after emerging as a bright spot in 2012.
States can't demand proof of citizenship from people registering to vote in federal elections unless they get federal or court approval to do so, the Supreme Court ruled Monday in a decision complicating efforts in Arizona and other states to bar voting by people who are in the country illegally.
A Pennsylvania bank robber fatally shot a supermarket customer who ran after him and tried to stop his getaway car, police said.
Russian President Vladimir Putin told President Barack Obama on Monday that their positions on Syria do not "coincide" but the two leaders said during the G-8 summit that they have a shared interest in stopping the violence that has ravaged the Middle Eastern country during a two-year-old civil war.
An ex-gangster who admitted killing 20 people was unemotional Monday when describing his line of work at the trial of his former partner, James "Whitey" Bulger, but called himself heartbroken when he learned that Bulger had become an FBI informant.
Iran's newly elected president showcased his reform-leaning image Monday by promising a "path of moderation" that includes greater openness on Tehran's nuclear program and overtures to Washington. He also made clear where he draws the line: No halt to uranium enrichment and no direct U.S. dialogue without a pledge to stay out of Iranian affairs.
The governors of Texas and South Dakota visited Connecticut on Monday to court gun manufacturers that have threatened to leave since the state passed tough new gun-control laws this year in response to the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
A Mississippi woman has been charged in a second death related to giving buttocks-enhancing injections without being trained or licensed.
A central Ohio day care worker sprinkled drugs on snacks to get children in her day care to sleep during the day, according to police charges filed Monday that the woman adamantly denies as a misunderstood joke.
Montreal's interim mayor, who vowed to clean up the corruption scandals rocking the city, now faces fraud charges himself.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure announced Monday that a physician with a long career in health policy and research will become the breast cancer charity's new president and CEO.
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After meeting for two hours at the G-8 Summit in Northern Ireland, President Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin indicated they still disagree over the preferred outcome of the Syrian war, including on the future of President Bashar Assad and the goals of the armed rebellion.
Commercial fisherman Larry Barbeau's comings and goings usually don't create much of a stir in this wind-swept Lake Michigan outpost, but in the past few days, his phone jangles the minute he arrives home.
Senator Bob Corker says he's holding up $75 million in U.S. assistance to Afghanistan until he gets answers from the Obama administration about alleged cash payments from the CIA to Afghan President Hamid Karzai.
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In an online chat on the Guardian newspaper’s website, the former National Security Agency contractor promised to release more secrets about U.S. intelligence.
Turkish labor groups fanned a wave of defiance against Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's authority, leading rallies and a one-day strike to support activists whose two-week standoff with the government has shaken the country's secular democracy.
Chicago Police are investigating several shootings after a violent weekend that left at least seven people dead and more than three dozen wounded.
New research, which involved thousands of children and adolescents around the country, found that those who were attacked, threatened or intimidated by a sibling had increased levels of depression, anger and anxiety.
A newspaper report that British eavesdropping agency GCHQ repeatedly hacked into foreign diplomats' phones and emails has prompted an angry response from traditional rival Russia and provoked demands for an investigation from Turkey and South Africa.
Can the City That Never Sleeps become the City That Never Dies? A Russian multimillionaire thinks so.
A solar-powered plane nearing the close of a cross-continental journey landed at Dulles International Airport outside the nation's capital early Sunday, only one short leg to New York remaining on a voyage that opened in May.
Former BBC broadcaster Stuart Hall has been jailed for 15 months after he pleaded guilty to 14 counts of indecent assault against girls as young as 9.
In tweets, songs, telephone calls, cards and more, messages of love have come from across South Africa and the world for 94-year-old Nelson Mandela, giving the family comfort and hope as he remains hospitalized in serious condition with a lung infection, his wife said Monday.
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Women will be permitted to serve in the most intense and physically hazardous combat positions in the military, including the Navy SEALs, the Army Rangers and the Marine infantry, senior defense officials said Monday.
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Anti-government demonstrations continued Monday in several cities as officials expressed impatience and one announced plans to censor social-media outlets.
Former President Bill Clinton urged Israel to make peace with Palestinians in order to survive as a Jewish and democratic state at a conference Monday evening, adding his voice to a chorus of prominent pro-Israel figures warning of the urgency of peacemaking for the country's own survival.
Appearing on “Fox News Sunday, the former vice president said former NSA contractor Edward Snowden had severely undermined U.S. intelligence capabilities.
Editorial writer Thanh Tan explains why she’d rather be alone and happy than stuck in a bad relationship.
The Washington state House and Senate are closer than it seems to a deal on a budget. They must agree quickly and avoid a government shutdown July 1.
It would be wrong to think of the events in Turkey as another chapter in the “Arab spring” movements, writes guest columnist Resat Kasaba.
In cutting costs to remain competitive, Boeing should be careful not to make any more big mistakes.
A look at opening weekend of the 2013 Seattle International Dance Festival, which continues with both local and out-of-town performers through June 23, 2013.
Memories are a jumble walking out of the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. Days blend together, sound memories clash and surface. Hipster moustaches made from pink glow sticks haunt your dreams. And that smell. The horror.
TV picks for Monday, June 17, 2013, include “The Goodwin Games” on Fox, “Switched at Birth” on ABC Family and “Major Crimes” on TNT.
A review of the novel “Revenge Wears Prada: The Devil Returns,” by Lauren Weisberger, a 10-years-after sequel to “The Devil Wears Prada.”
Art collector Charles Saatchi has been cautioned over a dramatic assault on his TV presenter wife Nigella Lawson captured by a tabloid photographer just outside a fancy London restaurant.
Kris Jenner says her daughter Kim Kardashian is thrilled to have a new baby girl.
Daniel Barenboim is conducting the first week-long presentation of Wagner's Ring cycle at La Scala since 1938.
The newest Miss USA is leaving a white-collar job behind for the glamour and excitement that go with her new role - and she can't wait.
Netflix said Monday that it would offer new TV shows from DreamWorks Animation starting in 2014 in what the company described as its biggest transaction ever for original first-run content.
Kanye West, "Yeezus" (Def Jam/Roc-A-Fella)