Counseling to work through a childhood trauma was the key to moving forward for a student now on a full scholarship in college.
- Seattle woman accused of altering cellphone records after fatal crash
- Facebook CEO, now a father, will give away most of his money
- Bail set at $10,000 for WWU student accused of racist threats
- Tukwila business park fetches $202 million
- Coast Guard chopper grounded after laser used near Port Angeles
- Seattle renters face teardown blues, higher costs
- Chicago mayor fires top cop over shooting video
In the Monday kickoff to the historic climate conference in Paris, Bill Gates unveiled a new role as a global recruiter for billionaires willing to push clean-energy ideas out of the lab and into the marketplace.
Three times a year, The Seattle Times honors the best athletes and coaches in Seattle-area high-school team sports. Meet all 47 of our fall 2015 selections.
A Seattle City Council vote to give up part of Occidental Avenue South to accommodate the possible 18,000- to 20,000-seat arena could take place in January.
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