Oct. 12 is the anniversary of the windstorm that hit the Pacific Northwest in 1962. Similar conditions exist currently over the Pacific with Typhoon Songda,...
With a new growth plan for the University District unveiled by Seattle Mayor Ed Murray, we dug into the archives to see what the area used to...
The day some kids dread and many parents look forward to is upon us: the first day of school.
Nearly 1,000 people watched as the first boat traveled through the Ballard Locks.
The first Seafair was a 10-day-long celebration with hundreds of events.
Around 3000 people marched through downtown before ending at a rally in Occidental Park.
A residential neighborhood appeared next to an airfield for two years near the end of World War II.
The day was a typical grey wet Seattle day as thousands gathered to watch boats go through the Montlake Cut.
‘Electricab,’ giant foot vibrator, ‘Fun Forest’ revealed in old photos from Seattle’s World Fair VIEW
The Seattle World's Fair opened at the Seattle Center on April 21, 1962, putting the city in the international spotlight.
Never-before displayed photos of the Space Needle construction show iron workers with no harnesses and steel, lots of steel.
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