People come to the “Star Wars” franchise in all manner of ways.
China’s Alibaba Group has announced a major management reshuffle as the e-commerce giant restructures into six different business divisions to adapt to fast-changing technologies.
OceanGate has announced that the five people onboard a missing submersible have died.
President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Narendra Modi are devoting the Indian leader’s state visit Thursday to launching new partnerships in defense, semiconductor manufacturing and more sectors as they look to strengthen their countries’ crucial —albeit complicated—relationship.
About 60 people gathered for the farewell reception of Bellevue College (BC) Interim President Gary Locke on the BC campus on June 20.
Seattle made history last month. The National Weather Service said that on May 13, the high reached 86 degrees—just topping the city’s record of 85 degrees in 2018.
A U.S. hiker who fell to her death during a savage attack in Germany and a friend who tried to protect her had just graduated together from the University of Illinois with computer degrees.
Around town, in restaurants and in formal functions, on the street and in meetings with civic groups, Seattle Police Chief Adrian Diaz seems always outfitted in his uniform.
I’m in love. I’ve walked into the Kelly Akashi: Formations exhibition at the Frye Art Museum on First Hill and it is at once familiar and new.
A proposed law banning the use of natural gas in commercial and residential construction could affect the way restaurants prepare their food.