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Football just a game? No way
One high school football coach on the deeper lessons in the game of football.
The state of education innovation in 2015.
An examination of how education looks today, and where it can go.
Mental health becoming part of overall health at Seattle Schools
Mental health is now being treated at many Seattle schools along with physical health
Plane evacuated at Sea-Tac
A fire alarm caused a plane to be emptied at Sea-Tac airport.
Loretta Lynch in confirmation hearing
President Obama's nominee for attorney general, Loretta Lynch, is testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Report absolves tunnel contractors over SODO's shfting soils
A dispute review board report released Tuesday says Bertha contractors aren't to bame for the changes in soil layers in Sodo.
4 steps needed for expanding light rail in Seattle
Progress in the city will be tied to what Sound Transit can do for the region.
Chris Hansen: Don't give up hope on NBA return
The hedge fund investor and associates try to lift spirits with a new statement on their website.
Joel Connelly: Why Mike O'Brien is likely to win City Council re-election
The incumbment has declared after fellow lefty Nick Licata stepped out of contention for the new north Seattle District 6 race.
A piece of the Kalakala? Hundreds are interested
Demolition workers are putting aside various parts of the Kalakala, from bolts to railings, because so many people are asking about buying trinkets from the historic ferry.
Patriots' owner wants apology from NFL, media
He denounces the league and asserts the questions about integrity hurt all the players, not just Brady and coach Belichick.
How Elizabeth Warren blindsided the White House on Treasury nominee
The Obama team often wants to dismiss her as a nuisance from the Left, but her effective work against a Wall Street insider suggests more is going on.
Watch out, East Coast: Blizzard triggers states of emergency
An enormous blizzard is expected to hit parts of the East Coast tonight, causing states of emergency to be declared across the northeast.
Law enforcement concerned about police-tracking app
Waze, the Google Inc. app to watch real-time road conditions, can also be used to hunt police. Law enforcement wants it disabled.
Richard Sherman to team up with T-Mobile
Seahawks' cornerback Richard Sherman penned an endorsement deal with Bellevue based T-Mobile.
Authorities investigating multiple bomb threats at Sea-Tac
Mike Lindblom writes, "Passengers are being delayed or evacuated Sunday afternoon due to two, possibly three bomb threats being investigated Sunday afternoon at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport."
In Taiwan, the bookstore is the new nightclub
Taipei's Eslite store is open 24 hours a day and hosts more "night owl visitors than most Western bookstores could dream of during their daytime hours."
15 years later, Seattle to make final Kingdome debt payment early
"A recent surge in tax revenues collected from motel and hotel stays is expected to help King County retire the debt at the long-gone Dome some nine months earlier than expected," writes Lewis Kamb.
NASA will use Microsoft's Hololens to let scientists work on Mars
"NASA and Microsoft have teamed up to develop software called OnSight, a new technology that will enable scientists to work virtually on Mars using wearable technology called Microsoft HoloLens."
1,000-ft waterslide likely coming to Seattle this summer
"'Slide the City' announced earlier this month that Seattle will be one of more than 150 cities to host its 1,000-plus-foot vinyl waterslide. It's set to arrive in July."
For Amazon, Netflix, producing movies will be more complicated
David Holmes writes, "But unlike television, a film can’t slowly sneak its way into an audience’s heart over the course of many episodes. Nor can it reap the prolonged benefits of capturing a small, committed audience."
The science behind Deflategate
What difference would it make if the Patriots had deflated their balls? Quite a bit, it turns out.
Only in WA: State to replace 'Free coffee' signs at rest stops
A state transportation official said Thursday that the state will replace signage at 12 rest stops in the coming year.
In Africa, mosquito nets are being used for fishing, not fighting malaria
Scientists worry the permethrin-coated nets could wipe out fish species and contaminate drinking water across the continent.
University didn't educate us, athletes say
Lawsuit claims UNC and NCAA broke promises in 'spectacular fashion.'
Bill and Melinda Gates plan to end hunger in Africa in 15 years
In their latest annual letter, Bill and Melinda Gates make some audacious predictions.
Rapper facing long prison sentence over lyrics
Song lyrics that glorify violence aren't uncommon, but a California prosecutor says one rapper's violent lyrics go beyond creative license to conspiracy.
Scientists found a way to make GMOs safer
Biotech researchers think they've found a way to keep modified genes from escaping into other organisms.
The Uber Economy
Is the company destroying full-time work, entrenching us in part-time purgatory, or empowering America's most independent workers?
Earl Thomas questionable for Super Bowl
In an injury report released by the Patriots, Seahawks safety Earl Thomas was listed as questionable after suffering a shoulder injury during the NFC championship game.
Modern Farmer’s future in doubt
Modern Farmer's paid editors walked out its doors on Friday.
NFL Bad Lip Reading, featuring Pete Carroll
The Bad Lip Reading folks are at it again, this time featuring Pete.
Anheuser-Busch to buy Seattle's Elysian Brewery
Allecia Vermillion writes that, "According to the release, Elysian's partners will remain with the brewery, including Dick Cantwell, one of the founding fathers of Seattle's beer scene."
Mariners excited about Jesus Montero's weight loss
The disappointing young player has dropped 40 pounds, the GM says.
Disneyland says unvaccinated kids should stay away
The amusement park points to the risks from California's measles outbreak.
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