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SEATTLE (AP) — In 2010, Aaron Ybarra called 911 to report "a rage inside him" and said he wanted to hurt himself and others, according to a police report of the incident.
SEATTLE (AP) — Police say the suspect in a shooting at a small Seattle university wanted to kill as many people as possible before killing himself.
SEATTLE (AP) — The man blasting away with a shotgun paused to reload, and Jon Meis saw his chance.
SEATTLE (AP) — Police say the suspect in a shooting at a small Seattle university was hospitalized twice in recent years for mental health evaluations.
Once upon a time, it was quite normal for kids to play in the street. Nowadays, that's primarily a recipe for disaster. But decision-makers in Seattle have decided to make that possible again.
SEATTLE (AP) — A lone gunman armed with a shotgun opened fire Thursday in a building at a small Seattle university, killing one person before he was subdued by a student as he tried to reload, police said.
Firefighters. They risk their lives to rescue dogs from frozen lakes. They know how to perform mouth-to-snout resuscitation. And they help carry your best friend away from rising floodwaters because they "don't just rescue two-legged victims."And of course, these brave men and women go into burning homes to save not just man, but man's best friend. The Seattle Fire Department tweeted ...
The owner wanted to maximize site use by creating multiple residences, so she hired b9 Architects to design a double family residence. First, the original 1930s home was completely deconstructed by Seattle's RE Store to salvage as many parts as possible for
(Seattle, WA ? May 28, 2014) Three re-development projects in Tacoma, Washington, will receive a total of $600,000 in Brownfields funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Quickly approaching its 20th anniversary, EPA?s Brownfields Program encourages cleanup and redevelopment of Amer...
In an effort to reduce the amount of polluted runoff reaching Puget Sound, the Port of Seattle is hosting a two-year study site for two unique metal boxes, which will bloom into rain gardens and help reduce pollutants.