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Almost every night of the week, Seattle’s stages offer a roster of regional indie-folk artists, do-it-yourself punk bands and homegrown comedians, as well as nationally touring pop stars. To that end, choosing something for your night out can be a daunting task. This weekly guide can help by filtering for recommended shows, select dates and […]

Why would you drive to work in Seattle traffic if you didn’t have to? You probably wouldn’t — and in fact, new data shows that you probably don’t. In 2018, just 44% of the 444,000 Seattle residents who were employed drove alone to work on a typical day, according to the latest census data. That’s […]

The first time she was forced to go to the bathroom in public, Maggie Slighte was in Portland, standing in the dark at the end of the city’s light rail line, after service ended. She made a bed with her clothes and her backpack, and looked for a bathroom — but none of Portland’s light rail […]

Sketched Nov. 20, 2019 The Alaskan Way Viaduct is gone, but you can now claim a chunk of the elevated freeway and save it as a historic souvenir of our changing city. Dusty pieces of pulverized concrete are laid out on a clothed table at the offices of Friends of Waterfront Seattle on Western Avenue. They […]

OLYMPIA — A Pinterest-like page to track Washington state’s election spending? Campaign-finance officials say it may be an idea whose time has arrived. Election spending in Washington continues to break records, from last year’s unsuccessful carbon-fee initiative, to an Eastside state Senate race in 2017. Meanwhile, micro-targeted online advertising — such as through Facebook and […]

iStock iStock(WASHINGTON) — A Washington State University student died four hours before fellow fraternity members first called 911 to report that he was unresponsive, investigators revealed Wednesday. Sam Martinez, a 19-year-old freshman, died at the Alpha Tau Omega house in Pullman, Washington, at about 4:30 a.m. on Nov. 12, according to Whitman County Coroner Annie […]

Washington State Climatologist Nicholas Bond spoke toa small crowd about the complexities of climate change and how it might affect our ecosystems and the salmon that has been so important to the people of the Northwest at the Wahkiakum Outdoors event at the Hope Center on Nov. 12. “2014 brought record returning numbers of Chinooks […]

Displaying a firearm in downtown Las Vegas’ tourist-popular Fremont East district is now illegal — if the gun is fake. The City Council on Wednesday unanimously passed a bill to ban toy and replica firearms in the city’s hallmark entertainment district and on the public sidewalks bordering the area. In doing so, it becomes the […]

Facebook Twitter This post was originally published on this site One person was injured and being treated at a local hospital after an officer-involved shooting at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas on Thursday morning, officials said. Facebook Twitter

It’s House Hunters: Vegas Nation Edition. Rookie Raiders safety Johnathan Abram, his wife Bri’Anna and their 2-year-old daughter, Harlee, are looking for a new home in the Las Vegas Valley. In early November, the Vegas Nation crew tagged along with the Abrams as they searched for a place to raise a family. It’s Nov. 5, […]