U.S. Open rep has many irons in the fire
Danny Sink has a vision for what the U.S. Open will look like next June - and soon we’ll all see it.
Puyallup students earn praise during massive school lahar drill
Bright skies beckon, but Puyallup kids stay the course as they practice how to escape a volcanic mudflow.
For Rodney Ostlund, walking for heart health is personal
After his father died at 45, Ostlund nearly died the same way at same age.
Tacoma council passes rules for rideshares
Companies like Uber and Lyft will be regulated alongside traditional taxi companies with code update. Changes take effect January 2015.
Ports of Seattle and Tacoma discuss publicly the topic of past months’ private meetings
A study measures the economic effect of both ports as one entity, but Port of Tacoma commission chairwoman says ‘merger’ isn’t...
App teaches kindergartners basic computer coding
This computer programming app is so easy to use that even a kindergartener can do it.
Workshop helps job seekers fill out applications properly for state jobs
With half of applications for state jobs being immediately rejected, the state is sponsoring a series of workshops on how to avoid being dismissed.
Peterson’s potential positions him for long look this spring
Seattle Mariners’ top hitting prospect could earn big-league job; Logan Morrison not viewed as an outfield candidate, Mariners also looking ...
Seahawks S Kam Chancellor takes Mars Blackmon route to managing ankle pain: “It’s the shoes.”
The Seahawks thudding strong safety says a switch from low-cut to mid-top shoes has managed the painful bone spurs in his ankles and is keeping him...
Secret Service chief’s departure won’t halt security-lapse probes
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson resigned Wednesday amid mounting congressional criticism and as new revelations of agency lapses convinced President...
With 1st US case diagnosed, CDC vows to stop Ebola ‘in its tracks’
A man who flew from Liberia to Dallas this month was diagnosed with Ebola Tuesday, becoming the first person to board a passenger jet and unknowingly...
Ebola patient had been sent home; now TX hospital faces questions
The first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. initially went to a Dallas emergency room last week but was sent home, despite telling a nurse that...
Should we worry about protests, economic slowdown in China?
China’s economy is growing slower than government projections, its central bank president is reportedly being pushed out and protesters are...
Jewish settlers unsettle Arab neighborhood
Umm Muhammad Hayat discovered early Tuesday that she had new neighbors in what used to be her brother-in-law’s home upstairs.