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December 9, 2014 at 3:42 PM

FBI chief: Impersonating reporter, again, not ruled out

The Associated Press WASHINGTON — FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday left open the possibility that an agent might again pose as a journalist as part of an investigation, though he said such a tactic ought to be rare and “done carefully with significant supervision, if it’s going to be done.” Comey told reporters at a roundtable…


Comments | More in General news, The Blotter | Topics: Associated Press, FBI, James Comey

November 18, 2014 at 1:37 PM

FBI: Man in rubber mask robs 4 Seattle banks in past month

Who was that masked man? The FBI and Seattle Safe Streets Task Force would like to know. The bank robber dubbed “The Man in the Rubber Mask” is believed to have robbed at least four different banks in Seattle since Oct. 16, most recently Friday near Green Lake. During the robberies the man has worn a different…


Comments | More in The Blotter | Topics: Bank robbery, FBI, Seattle

November 13, 2014 at 2:34 PM

Seattle subs for Germany, Detroit in Chrysler commercial

The commercial opens with a sleek silver car whisking along the Autobahn at night with a German voice-over touting the car’s superior engineering. Then (surprise!) we take an exit for Detroit and the voice switches to English because “performance is now an American thing.” Apparently, it’s a “Seattle thing.” Filmed at the end of September, More

Comments | More in General news | Topics: Chrysler, commercial, Seattle

November 13, 2014 at 11:24 AM

Paseo files for bankruptcy

Update: Read the full story here. Paseo has filed for bankruptcy. The popular Seattle restaurant, which surprised sandwich fans by abruptly closing both of its locations Tuesday, lists assets of $81,971 and liabilities of only $30,425 in a petition for Chapter 7 voluntary bankruptcy filed Wednesday in Seattle federal court. But the petition also lists the Internal Revenue Service and…


Comments | More in General news, Government | Topics: bankruptcy, food, Paseo

November 3, 2014 at 3:11 PM

Excavation to tunneling machine resumes; no artifacts found

Archaeologists have seen enough 19th-century shell deposits that they can let heavy excavation resume at Seattle’s Pioneer Square waterfront, where workers are digging an access pit to reach buried tunnel-boring machine Bertha. Seattle Tunnel Partners was given permission Sunday to continue digging the 120-foot-deep vault, after stopping work Oct. 23, the state Department of Transportation announced…


Comments | More in General news, The Blotter | Topics: bertha, Highway 99 tunnel, Seattle

October 31, 2014 at 7:14 AM

Heavy rains bring increased risk of landslides, SPU warns

With recent heavy rainfall and more predicted, the area is at a high risk for landslides, a Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) meteorologist warns. With rain late Thursday and Friday morning, Seattle exceeded the official U.S. Geological Survey’s landslide threshold. “Historically, the end of October is the start of landslide season,” SPU meteorologist James…


Comments | More in General news, Weather Beat | Topics: landslide, rain, Seattle

October 7, 2014 at 7:45 AM

Endless summer is over: Cold, wet coming to Northwest

The Associated Press Tuesday may be the last day of summer-like weather across the Northwest. The National Weather Service says the change to the fall pattern will occur this week with cooler temperatures and increasing rain. Many areas saw the summer pattern ending in a blaze of sunshine Monday with some record temperatures. The 78 at Sea-Tac…


Comments | More in General news, Weather Beat | Topics: cold, rain, Seattle

September 30, 2014 at 12:34 PM

New bottleneck starts tonight near Seattle’s Mercer Street

Cars and bikes will have to merge together this week on southbound Dexter Avenue North, which is being narrowed to just one lane starting at 8 p.m. Tuesday, until Friday morning, for a sewer project. Work will take place between Roy and Mercer streets in the booming South Lake Union area. The Seattle Department of Transportation…


Comments | More in Traffic & Transit | Topics: Seattle, South Lake Union, Traffic

September 30, 2014 at 5:58 AM

Police: Man stabbed in group fight in downtown Seattle early Tuesday

A man was found stabbed downtown early Tuesday morning, according to a blog post from the Seattle Police Department. After being called to investigate a fight at Pine Street and Fourth Avenue a little after 1:30 a.m., officers found a man stabbed on the sidewalk and a car parked in the middle of Pine Street, police…


Comments | More in The Blotter | Topics: downtown, Seattle, stabbing

September 3, 2014 at 1:44 PM

Seattle’s Transportation Department doing less business with women, minorities

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) has done less business in recent years with firms run by women and minorities, an official told the City Council this week. SDOT’s use of Women- and Minority-owned Business Enterprises (WMBE) has declined dramatically since 2009 despite an ongoing, citywide effort to reduce race and gender disparities in government. WMBEs accounted for…


Comments | More in Government | Topics: Scott Kubly, Seattle, Seattle Department of Transportation

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