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Stories for Jan. 26, 2012
After a hard year, the biggest news could be that key players are healthy and ready to go. And, in the view of Manager Eric Wedge, Ichiro could be ready to go into a different spot in the batting order.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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Newt Gingrich's strength might bring Washington state plenty of attention. A bill in Olypmia could put Washington on the Oregon trail toward abolishing capital punishment. And, now it's getting heated in a local congressional race with one side of the Democratic Party insulting the other.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
The writer of evocative Northwest tales has turned from the region's natural beauty toward urban life, which he caricatures even as he brings us the news of what Seattle has become.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
The ferries were bought at a high price and have some odd characteristics: the tendency to list, the engines that seem to waste fuel, and tight quarters for vehicles. They are very comfortable, but the state is looking at a potentially bleak future for ferry service finances. Updated: The ferry system has provided a statement about an award given to the new ferries.READ MORE 8 COMMENTS
A city-funded pilot program in Ballard will provide parking spaces, some amenities, and info on housing resources to families whose only home rides on four wheels.READ MORE 5 COMMENTS
'Cavalia' premieres in Redmond, where the trust placed in its equine stars dazzles almost more than the acrobats on their backs.READ MORE COMMENT NOW