Seattle-area group heads to Deep South to honor civil-rights struggle

Alabama state troopers swing nightsticks to break up a march for voting rights in Selma, Ala., on March 7, 1965. (The Associated Press)

A group of 52 adults and college students is headed to the Deep South to see people and places that were key to the civil-rights efforts in the 1950s and 1960s, and are still important today.

Four finalists for police chief in Bellevue open up to the media

Four finalists for Bellevue police chief addressed the lessons of Ferguson, Mo., building community trust, and possibly introducing bicycle patrols, in their first meeting with local media.

McClendon keeps Mariners in check as expectations rise

What’s most fascinating at spring training is the constant tug of war between giddy proclamations of big things to come and the manager’s stern restraint, which has infiltrated the mind-set of his players. Updated

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