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Families and first responders planned to gather later for dinner and to release lanterns at nightfall.
Visitors from throughout the world visit the site of the 2014 slide, which killed 43 people.
Two childhood neighbors start a free support group for breastfeeding mothers.
The 32-bed facility on 10th Street would serve people with addiction and mental illness.
Street Smarts asked you to send in vanity plate finds, and readers did not disappoint.
Developers are only building high-end condos where there’s enough margins to cover potential litigation.
In an annual speech, he also acknowledged challenges such as opioid addiction, crime and homelessness.
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How to Write a Brilliant Creative Brief workshop lives up to its name
The former Cascade High School standout was scheduled to undergo an MRI on Thursday
Aubrey Logan is coming back to the Triple Door in Seattle to share her jazz-meets-pop music.
“The Baker,” by Emily Sanger of Edmonds-Woodway High School, was shot at the Pike Place Market.
Dentists for the state’s largest dental insurer are pushing for changes that could benefit patients.
(And a few from the week before…)
Half a dozen area teams were involved when play began on Wednesday at the Tacoma Dome.
President Trump has repeatedly clashed with H.R. McMaster, a respected three-star general.
The president had lost confidence in Dowd’s ability to handle the special counsel’s investigation.
Wildlife advocates and Native Americans are suing to restore protections and prevent the hunts.
He had an apartment, a car and a job, enrolled in technical school, and had a baby daughter.