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Seattle's coldest days are yet to come
Temperatures in some parts of Western Washington will reach the single digits this weekend. Snow may be close behind.
Seferian-Jenkins talks about DUI humiliation
He tells teens that they need to realize they aren't invincible because they are young.
The price of the virtual currency plummeted nearly 21 percent on Friday. Why? China's central bank banned the untraceable currency, calling Bitcoin "not a currency in the real meaning of the word."
Seattle Times editor: How I met Mandela
"I see we have an American here," he said. He didn't explain how he knew.
Missouri lawmakers ink $1.7B Boeing plan
Missouri legislators approved a plan Friday to give Boeing nearly $1.7 billion in tax breaks if they agree to build the 777X there.
Jobs report: 'nothing in here not to like.'
The jobless rate is just 7 percent nationally, the lowest since the end of 2008.
Central Washington spells Boeing 'f-r-u-i-t'
Sure, aerospace is bigger but the fruit industry is very important to the well-being of the state.
Congress agrees: Patent trolls suck
The House passed a bill designed to curb excessive patent lawsuits today, with support from our very own Suzan DelBene.
Boeing requests a second Everett
Boeing's requests were leaked to the Seattle Times - Everett has everything they want, except backbone-less machinists.
Air pollution in Shanghai literally off the charts
The Air Quality Index only goes up to 500- Shanghai's record polution stepped beyond that, and far beyond the WHO's recommended 20.
McDermott: ACA will ultimately fail
“In the long arc of healthcare reform, I think [the Affordable Care Act] will ultimately fail, because we are trying to put business-model methods into the healthcare system,” U.S. Rep. McDermott told The Nation. “We’re not making refrigerators. We’re dealing with human beings, who are way more complicated than refrigerators."
Mariners sign Cano for $200 million-plus
"It's crazy. It's irresponsible," writes Lookoutlanding's Scott Weber. "And right now, I don't care. Robinson Cano is one of the best players in baseball, and he's now a Seattle Mariner."
Huskies hire Boise State football coach
"Chris Petersen was 92-12 in his eight seasons at Boise State, turning the Broncos into a national program with two Fiesta Bowl titles."
Krugman: Obama's inequality speech matters
Don't believe the media cynics: It's important that the president has talked seriously about our economic divides.
South Africa: Remembering Mandela
He was always more interested in attacking today's problems than in dwelling on past injustices.
Workers march to Seattle in rally for $15 wage
"The rent is due now," Kshama Sawant says.
Mandela, the liberator and the man free of hate
Except for a youthful flirtation with black nationalism, he seemed to have genuinely transcended the racial passions that tore at his country
11-year-old gets tossed for selling mistletoe near Portland Saturday market
She wanted to raise money to pay for her braces. A farm owner who heard that she had been warned to get out of a city park donated the money.
After one year, 7,000 same-sex couples have married under equality law
That's out of some 42,000 marriages overall in the year since the marriage equality law took effect.
Nelson Mandela dies at age 95
Revered statesman and anti-apartheid leader Nelson Mandela died Thursday at age 95.
WA coal port impact statement could bring WTO sanctions
Washington's coal ports may be evaluated very broadly on their environmental impact, but if they are, and if the exports don't happen because of the EIS, the WTO may have a case against the United States.
Mexican radioactive material recovered- thieves likely dead
Mexico recovered the Cobalt-60 that was stolen last week. It had been removed from its protective casing, and it is likely the thieves are either dead or will die from radiation exposure.
Francis sets up child-abuse committee
Pope Francis is setting up a committee to investigate allegations of child abuse in the church. It will also outline recommendations for both assisting the victims and dealing with any future abuse.
WA pushing to meet Boeing deadline
Washington still believes it can meet Boeing halfway. Along with a dozen or so other states, WA will be submitting an extensive proposal detailing how the 777X can be assembled, and what the state can provide.
Gail Collins: Happy Holidays to you, too, Mrs. Palin
Sarah Palin's recipe-padded book is just the latest right wing attempt to create a cuitural war over Christmas.
While GOP declaims, research show food stamps, other benefits really work
A culture of dependence? No, a spur to later success.
UW picks hometown favorite as interim football coach
While the school looks for a permanent coach, Marques Tuiasasopo, a former UW quarterback, will lead the team in a bowl game.
Panel gives strong support to sobriety checkpoints
The recommendation by a state panel comes despite a finding that they are unconstitutional under the Washington Constitution.
Spokane's Valley Hospital locks out nurses
Many of the nurses and technical workers expected to return to work after a one-day strike.
Bruce Ramsey: 10 favorite columns
As he prepares to retire, the conservative editorial page columnist shares his own favorites.
Canada unprepared for oil in shared waters
A Candian panel has warned that the country is dramatically unprepared for an oil spill off British Columbia, where there are proposals to export large amounts of fuel to Asia. And a spill in Haro Straits would head right toward Washington waters and the San Juan Islands.
Nurses, coming to drugstores near you
Starting in January, Group Health will be partnering with Bartell Drugs to open two walk-in drugstore clinics designed to serve people with minor medical problems on the day they come in. The clinics will be staffed with Group Health nurse practitioners, but you won't have to be a Group Health member to receive services.
Portland: Crowdsourcing for solar
In an innovative move, the City of Portland has turned to crowdsourcing to fund half the cost of a $50,000 solar-panel project on the roof of a local elementary school. The City hopes that Portlanders will step up to support green energy in their city.
Mexican radioactive material stolen outside capital
A transport truck moving a significant amount of radioactive Cobolt-60 was stolen at a gas station outside Mexico city monday. The reasons are unclear, and the Mexican police are tracking it.
Brady Walkinshaw new 43rd district representative
After Ed Murray's win, and some political shifting, Brady Walkinshaw has been nominated (and is likely to be confirmed) as 43rd district representative.
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