This year’s summer has been unusually gloomy, but that’s about to change. According to the National Weather Service, a heat wave will be rolling into the Seattle area on Thursday, with highs expected to be in the upper 80s or low 90s.
Articles by Demetria Spinrad
A woman was injured when she was struck by a car while walking near an intersection in West Seattle. The driver who struck her also hit a parked car. Emergency responders transported her to Harborview Medical Center for treatment of her injuries. Her condition was listed as serious, but she is expected to…
A teenager was injured today when she lost control of her vehicle, which veered across the interstate and slammed into a truck.
A 15-year-old boy was struck by a car on Monday evening in West Seattle at Delridge Way SW and SW Genesee Street.
Less than half a year after new stations opened at the University of Washington and Capitol Hill, Sound Transit is seeing a massive increase in light rail ridership.
Residents are raising concerns about safety after reports of roofies in drinks have spread across Facebook and other social media sites. Bargoers reported feeling effects beyond normal intoxication after drinking at several bars around Capitol Hill.
Seattle’s historic buildings may not have seen quite as much history as those in Boston or New York, but the city has devoted a great deal of effort in recent years to preserving structures built during the logging boom of the 1800s for future generations.
Detectives are investigating after a worker fell 30 feet to his death at a downtown Seattle business on Sunday, July 31st. Chris Kitzhaber, 48, was a worker at the Avis rental car facility on 5th Avenue.
Commuters on I-5 found that traffic was practically at a standstill this afternoon after a rollover crash on northbound I-5 stalled traffic in both directions.
Before the television PSA and the internet ad campaign, public officials had to rely on low-tech methods to spread the word about safety.