Arrivé — a 440-foot, 41-story skyscraper in the Belltown — celebrated its opening on Feb. 19 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Former Governor Gary Locke were among the guests at the ceremony. Located on 2116 4th Avenue, the more than $200 million project consists of 342 apartments and a 142-room hotel. 85 percent of the funding […]
By ELIAS MESERET and YIDNEK KIRUBEL Associated Press HEJERE, Ethiopia (AP) — Britain joined a growing number of countries grounding a new Boeing plane involved in the Ethiopian Airlines disaster as a global team of investigators began picking through the rural crash site on March 12. Some airlines cited worried customers for grounding the Boeing […]
MIAMI (AP) — A photo published on March 8 in the Miami Herald shows the founder and one-time owner of a spa implicated in a human-trafficking ring attended President Donald Trump’s Super Bowl watch party at his West Palm Beach country club in February. While the New England Patriots played the Los Angeles Rams In […]
OLYMPIA — The Washington State Senate voted on March 5 to increase access to democracy by requiring prepaid postage for ballot envelopes during all elections. Sponsored by Sen. Joe Nguyen, Senate Bill 5063 is the latest effort to eliminate barriers to participation in Washington elections. “This bill is a huge step forward in making Washington […]
PORTLAND, Ore. — A string of purse-snatchings in recent months appear to have targeted elderly Asian women in Portland’s Jade District, officials said. Crime Stoppers of Oregon said on March 1 that the Portland Police Bureau had received at least a dozen reports of pedestrian thefts and robberies since early December. At least two of […]
The Intiman production of Christopher Chen’s “Caught” begins with the ushers urging you to take stock of the works on display, from Chinese artist Lin Bo. And Lin Bo’s installations sit at irregular intervals around the theater, in the midst of the seats.
The Bellevue Collection Lunar New Year celebration was held on March 2 in Bellevue Square’s Center Court. Rescheduled from February due to snow, it was a spectacular and colorful day filled with dance, music and art, including traditional events such as the Lion Dance and the Dragon Parade. PHOTOS BY BECKY CHAN
REDMOND, Wash. (AP) — Microsoft has detected cyberattacks linked to Iranian hackers that targeted thousands of people at more than 200 companies over the past two years. That’s according to a Wall Street Journal report on March 6 that the hacking campaign stole corporate secrets and wiped data from computers. Microsoft told the Journal the […]
By Tom James Associated Press OLYMPIA – Four years after a fatal Seattle crash, the Washington Senate approved an update to parts of the state’s wrongful death law on March 5. The proposal would remove requirements that, after an accidental death in the state, family members must live in the United States and be economically […]
Welcome to another edition of The Layup Drill. This month, Jeremy Lin joins a new team, a new MMA organization visits Seattle, and there’s a possible rugby boycott.