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A glimpse of Washington state’s first highway from Seattle through the Cascades

Sunset Highway has changed a lot since Snoqualmie Pass was connected in 1915.
Tags: Local News, Photography, Traffic Lab


Visitors get a charge — safely — out of the SPARK Museum in Bellingham

Northwest Wanderings visits the SPARK Museum in Bellingham.
Tags: Photography, News, Local News, Bellingham, Northwest Wanderings


New baby penguins at Woodland Park Zoo

Baby penguin chicks had their press preview and a weighing at the Woodland Park Zoo on Friday.
Tags: Photography, News, Local News, Woodland Park Zoo


In celebrations across LAUSD, San Fernando Valley high schools do #collegesigningday

During a Friday morning assembly at the Sherman Oaks Center for Enriched Studies, some high school seniors posed for Instagram using the hashtag #collegesigningday in college sweatshirts while others ran their college rejection letters through a paper shredder on stage. The event celebrating post-high school education was just one of many LAUSD schools participating in College Signing Day, part of the Reach Higher college access initiative first launched in 2014 by then-first lady Michelle Obama...
Tags: News, Instagram, Education, Obama, California, La, Stanford, Barack Obama, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, John Legend, UC Davis, Local News, Ucla, Jamie


Trees start coming down to make way for light rail’s Lynnwood Link

Trees are coming down now along Interstate 5 in North Seattle, where the light-rail extension called the Lynnwood Link will go.
Tags: Photography, News, Local News, North Seattle, Photo & Video, Lynnwood Link


In 1936, Paine Field was supposed to be a commercial airport. What took so long?

Construction on Snohomish County Airport — Paine Field's original name — began in the fall of 1936, according to an article in the Seattle Daily Times.
Tags: Travel, Business, Photography, News, Nation, Local News, Paine Field, Photo & Video, Boeing & Aerospace, Snohomish County Airport


On this Earth Day, let these photos remind you what a beautiful place we live in

You may not be able to celebrate the holiday by visiting all the gorgeous landscapes the Pacific Northwest has to offer, but you can appreciate them through the lenses of Seattle Times photojournalists.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Environment, Local News, Pacific Northwest, Seattle Times, Photo & Video


On Earth Day, let these photos remind you what a beautiful place we live in

You may not be able to celebrate the holiday by visiting all the gorgeous landscapes the Pacific Northwest has to offer, but you can appreciate them through the lenses of Seattle Times photojournalists.
Tags: Outdoors, Photography, News, Life, Environment, Local News, Pacific Northwest, Seattle Times, Photo & Video


Photos from the final day of Seattle’s Sakura-Con 2019

All sorts of characters were on hand for the final day of Sakura-Con, the annual anime celebration in Seattle.
Tags: Photography, News, Seattle, Local News


Worshippers observe Good Friday in Seattle

Worshippers attend services at St. James Cathedral in Seattle on Good Friday, which commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
Tags: Photography, News, Seattle, Local News, St James Cathedral


Worshippers observe Holy Week in Seattle

Worshippers attend services at St. James Cathedral in Seattle on Good Friday, which commemorates the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.
Tags: Photography, News, Seattle, Local News, St James Cathedral


Fun bubbles up at Seattle’s Gas Works Park

the Northwest Bubble Gathering, also known as "A Congregation of Bubblemancers," took over the back side of Kite Hill at Gas Works Park in Seattle on Sunday.
Tags: Photography, News, Seattle, Local News, Gas Works Park, Kite Hill, Northwest Bubble Gathering


A truly out-of-this-world exhibit comes to Seattle’s Museum of Flight

A traveling exhibit celebrating the 1969 moon landing opens at Seattle's Museum of Flight on April 13.
Tags: Photography, News, Seattle, Local News


It’s checkup time for sea turtles at Point Defiance Zoo

Getting huge sea turtles from their habitat to an exam room and back is an annual challenge for the care team — and for these turtles.
Tags: Photography, News, Local News


UW Quad is in the pink

March 2019 is going out like a lamb, and also in a blaze of pink at the University of Washington, where the 80-plus-year-old cherry trees are putting on their annual show of blossoms.
Tags: Photography, News, Local News, University of Washington, Photo & Video


Blue skies and an only-in-Seattle view


Tags: Photography, News, Seattle, Local News




As post-LA Marathon runners took over Santa Monica, meet the DJ ‘zombie’ who live-streamed his race

As the clock struck three hours past start time of the L.A. Marathon on Sunday morning, runners who had just breached the finish began slowly walking through a maze of muscle milk and bananas in a post-marathon saunter, perhaps best described as a zombie waddle. One of such post-marathon “zombies” was DJ BL3ND, his face covered by an actual zombie-akin demon mask as he updated his Instagram followers about his 26.2-mile achievement. The Downey-native wears the mask to hide his name and age from ...
Tags: News, Instagram, Youtube, Sports, Sport, Canada, Soccer, Portugal, Marathon, Local News, Santa Monica, Downey, LA Marathon, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE


Wagner Education Center opens at the Center for Wooden Boats

Activities continue at the center Sunday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Tags: Photography, News, Local News, Center for Wooden Boats, Wagner Education Center


Remember Amy, the dog-like pig? She’s grown up and retired now

Amy the pig was the star pupil in dog-obedience class four years ago. After showing her stuff in shows and visiting retirement homes, she's retired now, rooting around with a half-sister and friend and just being a pig.
Tags: Photography, News, Pets, Local News, Amy


You’ll meet a lot of real characters at Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle

Emerald City Comic Con (ECCC) gets underway at the Washington State Convention Center in downtown Seattle on Thursday. The annual comic-book and pop-culture convention, which drew 95,000 attendees last year according to ECCC, continues through Sunday. More information: emeraldcitycomiccon.com
Tags: Photography, News, Seattle, Local News, ECCC, Washington State Convention Center


Cleanup time at the Ballard Locks


Tags: Photography, News, Local News, Ballard Locks


Restored B-52 bomber makes big move

News release from the Museum of Flight: Museum’s B-52 Bomber to be Moved to New Park March 11 Stratofortress to be centerpiece of new Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park Beginning at about 8 a.m. March 11, crews will slowly move the Museum’s Boeing B-52 bomber to its permanent exhibition space within the still-under-construction Vietnam Veterans Memorial […]
Tags: Photography, News, Local News, Boeing, New Park, Vietnam Veterans Memorial Park Beginning


Firefighters climb 1,356 steps to fight cancer

Firefighters from all over the world participate in the LLS Firefighter Stairclimb — a fundraiser produced by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Washington/Alaska Chapter. More than 2,000 firefighters from 26 states and 6 countries will compete in 2019.
Tags: Photography, News, Local News


Did Bre Tiesi-Manziel, Instagram model and Johnny Manziel’s wife, cheat in Temecula-area half marathon?

Either Instagram model and wife of ex-NFL quarterback Johnny Manziel, Bre Tiesi-Manziel, shattered world records at a half marathon in Temecula Valley Wine Country, her time recorded incorrectly, or she cut off part of the course. Running forum LetsRun.com accused Tiesi-Manziel, who founded the lingerie line Se Mouiller, of cheating based on user ridiknick’s analysis of her times on the website for Run Like A Diva, which hosted the Feb. 16 race. Those results, based on an electronic chip timer t...
Tags: Instagram, Cleveland Browns, NFL, Sport, Soccer, Toyota, Local News, Lapd, Johnny Manziel, Heisman, Montreal Alouettes, Kim Kardashian West, San Fernando Valley, Temecula, Temecula Valley, Top Stories PE


Paine Field’s new passenger terminal getting final touches before commercial flights start

The FAA has approved the start of commercial flights at Paine Field in Everett. Alaska Airlines flights are to begin on March 4; United Airlines is to start March 31, with a combined 24 daily departures. Here's a peek at the new terminal.
Tags: Photography, News, Local News, Faa, United Airlines, Paine Field, Boeing & Aerospace, Everett Alaska Airlines


With her new leg, 4-year-old Radhika is up and walking

Back in India, Radhika Ennis was badly burned on both her legs before she turned 2. It left her unable to walk. Now with the love of her new parents and the help of experts at Seattle Children's, she has the confidence to take off running.
Tags: Health, Photography, News, India, Local News, Northwest, Seattle Children, Radhika, Radhika Ennis


This North Hollywood woman beat the odds to walk the runway at London Fashion Week

As far back as Sayda Hartoonian can remember, she has always wanted to be runway fashion model. The North Hollywood woman is getting that chance on Friday when she makes her international debut at London Fashion Week in England. Hartoonian, whose professional name is Sayda Word, isn’t any ordinary fashion model. She doesn’t meet “industry standards” and is quite possibly the shortest model to walk the London runway. First of all, she’s only 5’ 3,” and even though she’s only 25 years old, it coul...
Tags: Fashion, London, News, Instagram, America, Sport, Taiwan, Soccer, Vogue, Carrie Underwood, Community, Shailene Woodley, Tom Brady, Local News, Ucla, London Fashion Week


Women in Black honor 12 lost to homelessness, violence

The silent vigil was for 12 women and men who had died outside or by violence while experiencing homelessness in King County.
Tags: Photography, News, Local News, Project Homeless


Reader’s Lens | Scenes from a snowy Seattle

Readers captured snowy scenes from Seattle to the Hood Canal.
Tags: Outdoors, Weather, Photography, News, Seattle, Local News, Photo & Video



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