A man was shot dead by Kent police early Sunday afternoon in a shootout near a hotel in the north end of the city.
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PATEROS — Residents returning here Friday picked through the ash and rubble of homes incinerated the night before by raging wildfire. Baby pictures, gone. Family antiques, gone. Grandma’s recipes, gone.
Four pedestrians were struck by a vehicle Friday afternoon as they crossed Capitol Way South in downtown Olympia.
A 47-year-old Allyn man is dead and a 34-year-old Shelton woman is in jail after the woman allegedly shot the man in the face at his home in the 100 block of Sherwood Lane East in Allyn around 9:11 p.m. Thursday.
Alice Coachman, who began her pathbreaking athletic career running on the dirt roads of Georgia and became the first black woman to win an Olympic gold medal when she leapt 5 feet, 6 1/8 inches in the high-jump event at the 1948 London Games, died July 14 at a hospital in Albany, Georgia.
Once LeBron James announced, “I’m Coming Home,” to Cleveland last Friday, the free-agency floodgates opened, with the player moves coming fast and furious.
If you’re keeping score at home, Dave Villwock’s retirement lasted slightly longer than one season.
Football is still the biggest sports business going in the United States.
“Who’s left from the original lineup?”
LOS ANGELES — Walt Disney’s Marvel Entertainment, publisher of the “The Avengers” and “X-Men,” will introduce a female Thor in comic books in October to capture a wider audience for its superheroes.
Grab your sun hat and pack your picnic: from Seattle to Snohomish, Mount Vernon to Monroe, Bainbridge Island to Burien, the hills (and valleys) are alive this summer with the sounds of Shakespeare and musical comedies.
An under-30 basketball superstar returned to his hometown team with an avowed goal of giving the city the NBA championship it so narrowly missed in his first go-round there.
MINNEAPOLIS — Felix Hernandez was in line to get the win on Tuesday night, but his teammates couldn’t secure it for him and he had to settle for a no-decision.
MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesota pulled up a chair Tuesday as the stars descended upon Target Field. Power, speed and savvy filled the lineup cards, and it was just a matter of how all these skills would spill out on the field during the Midsummer Classic.
Two rule changes to college football — on targeting and on quarterback safety — could have a big effect in the upcoming season.