SEATTLE (AP) — Four years after graduating from the University of Washington, Audra Linsenmayer began to realize that the job opportunities were few for someone who had majored in English and psychology, as she had.
TACOMA — Mayor Marilyn Strickland this week will have to answer again for her appearance in a promotional video distributed by the company that wanted to build a methanol production facility at the Port of Tacoma.
PORTLAND — In a solidly blue state that hasn’t elected a Republican to a statewide office since 2002, the only major partisan race this year that doesn’t have political observers yawning is for Oregon secretary of state.
SEATTLE — At Costco’s shareholder meeting earlier this year, CEO Craig Jelinek touted the vast amounts of food the company sold last year, from 83 million rotisserie chickens to $6.1 billion worth of produce.
SEATTLE — A former Seattle man now living on the East Coast phoned a Seattle police homicide detective in February with an out-of-the-blue confession to involvement in the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Robert Robinson Jr. in March 2015, according to a search-warrant affidavit filed in the case.
WASHINGTON — FBI officials say there’s no clear evidence the agency violated its own rules when it posed as The Associated Press to unmask a criminal in a case near Olympia, according to a report obtained through a public records lawsuit.
SEATTLE — A federal judge in Seattle has rejected the Obama administration’s effort to dismiss a class-action lawsuit that could force the government to provide attorneys to thousands of children who face deportation in U.S. immigration courts.