Dick Wagner, who founded the Center for Wooden Boats as a way to remind Seattleites of their city’s maritime history, died last week at 84. He is remembered as a fierce defender of water access for all.
Read the latest on the deaths of notable people. These news stories recount the lives that made them prominent locally, nationally and worldwide.
Robert W. Taylor was instrumental in creating the internet and the modern personal computer.
The moment Dorothy Mengering went on her son’s late-night TV show she became a hit, with a cheerful “Hi, David!” in her Indiana accent starting...
The caustic comedian suffered kidney failure and died Thursday at his L.A. home. Despite jokes that from other comics might have inspired boycotts, Don Rickles...