It’s no surprise that a half-million or so Seahawks football fans caused record crowds on Seattle transit lines Feb. 5 for the post-Super Bowl parade and stadium party. After all, even on a normal day more commuters ride a bus, train or ferry downtown than drive alone. But the actual figures took a few weeks…More
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A Thurston County family is offering a $1,000 reward for the return of their dog, missing after their SUV was broken into near CenturyLink Field during last Wednesday’s Seahawks victory celebration. Lisa Sorensen of Grand Mound said her missing dog, Ellie, is blond, 2 years old, weighs 10 pounds and has an underbite. Ellie is a…More
Weather: National Weather Service forecast Traffic: The 520 bridge is closed this weekend, set to reopen at 5 a.m. Monday. The closure is related to work for the bridge-replacement project. Tunnel machine damaged: Now comes word that a critical seal is damaged inside tunnel-machine Bertha, and work may not resume for weeks. The shutdown…More
If forecasts are correct, somewhere between 200,000 and 500,000 people will head to downtown Seattle on Wednesday to celebrate the Seahawks’ Super Bowl victory under cold, clear skies. The parade down Fourth Avenue — from Denny Way south to CenturyLink Field — starts at 11 a.m. Fourth Avenue and all cross streets from Third Avenue to Fifth…More
We blogged, tweeted and shot photos of the Super Bowl victory parade down Fourth Avenue from Denny Way to Century Link Field, and the celebration at CenturyLink. UPDATE 4:15 p.m.: The final whistle has sounded on this blog. Thanks for reading. See you all again next season. UPDATE 3:56 p.m.: Better settle in for a long…More
Microsoft’s new honcho: If you haven’t already heard — and we’re pretty sure you have — Microsoft has its new CEO, Satya Nadella. Founder Bill Gates is no longer chairman of the board, but will become founder and technology adviser. Microsoft says Gates will give support to Nadella in “shaping technology and product direction.” Boeing…More