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Between lobs and volleys, there were smiles and hugs. Kids wildly swinging rackets, connecting with the ball, constantly moving to the music and soaking in… Continue reading
Gov. Inslee, interfaith community gather to find ways to address hate crimes
Public forum about hate crimes was held April 8 at Khasla Gurmat Center in Renton.
Community comes together to urge unity, condemn shooting of Sikh man | PHOTOS
Police, FBI conducting manhunt
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Players and experts discuss safety during November forum
The state’s chief elections officer and her staff have been busy behind the scenes, preparing the stage for voters in what promises to be an interesting and contentious 2016 campaign, nationally and locally.
Meet Bill Bryant, a Republican challenger to Democratic Gov. Jay Inslee in 2016.
Clint Gresham, a Christian leader and Super Bowl XLVIII champion, follows Xs and Os during the season, but his preferred playbook is the Bible.
According to the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention, suicide is the third-leading cause of death for young people ages 15 to 24, surpassed only by homicide and accidents.
Is the Puget Sound region – home to more than 4.5 million people – adequately prepared for a disaster?
It is a critical time, Lewis noted, to make an impact, to set a course for the region’s ports and boost maritime trade, manufacturing and tourism.
Globally recognized but not universally loved, Ricky Nelson played to his own beat, performing music that transcended genres, from rock to pop, folk to country.
Growing up in the Bronx, Kim Anthony “Kip” Jones was exposed to many influential artists and athletes. A Knicks fan, Jones enjoyed basketball but preferred a different sport. Gifted athletically as an emerging gymnast, the adventurous teen soon would discover the opportunity to combine the sports and perform on a brightly lit stage.
The dangerous combination of teens, texting and driving has emerged as a bigger problem on local and national roadways. Rising statistics of crashes and injuries, even fatalities, suggest a need for more public awareness, peer-to-peer education among teens and involvement from institutions, notably schools.
Some like it HOT. More drivers are warming up to the Valley Freeway’s (HOT) high-occupancy toll lanes, giving engineers and transportation leaders hope that the project eventually will expand to further ease gridlock on one of the state’s most congested corridors.
No child should go without a birthday celebration, especially homeless boys and girls living in shelters and transitional homes, or foster children placed in group… Continue reading