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Seattle is the northernmost major city on the West Coast of the U.S., and its current official nickname is the "Emerald City," referencing the lush evergreen forests of the area. Seattle is the birthplace of the music style known as "grunge," made famous by local groups Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden; it is the birthplace of rock legend Jimi Hendrix, and Bruce Lee and his son Brandon are both buried there.

Population: 602000
Local Newspapers: The Seattle Times
Local Sports Teams: Seattle Seahawks (NFL) Seattle Mariners (MLB)
Local Colleges: University of Washington Seattle University Seattle Pacific University

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Officers investigating deadly Seattle neighborhood shooting

According to law enforcement officials, police officers responded early Sunday morning to a report of a shooting in the Ballard neighborhood. Officers say they found a 29-year-old man with a gunshot wound to the chest.

Pedestrian struck, killed by Amtrak train in Interbay

The incident occurred near West Harrison Street and Elliott Avenue West, Seattle police reported.

Portables at Madison Middle School: Special short-term committee still needs members

As first reported here in January, Madison Middle School is getting portables. Their placement requires a zoning exception, and a special committee is needed to review the plan.

Earth Day gives real estate reason to celebrate, educate

Going green pays when it comes to selling a house. But more importantly, real estate's future depends on more sustainable communities.

Musings from the Laundromat | Piece begins at home

I left my hometown of New York City in the summer of 1986 and drove across the country to Seattle. Escaping from or escaping to I'm not sure.

Student walkouts planned as part of Seattle We Won't Be Next demonstration

Seattle students including kids from Capitol Hill and Central District area high schools are expected to be part of walkouts Friday for an anti-gun violence rally in Seattle's Occidental Square. The We Won't Be Next campaign is seeking to bring attention to gun violence's effect on youth beyond school shootings : "The Parkland students' response to the gun violence that affected their community has shown students across the country, across racial lines, and across socioeconomic barriers that we, as youth, have the ability, duty and right to use our voices to call for an end to the senseless gun violence that plagues our communities," said Niko Battle, a lead organizer for We Won't Be Next Seattle.

Where Are You Buying Your Pot, Seattle?

It's 4/20 and I just read this listicle on Thrillist, " The 8 Best Legal Pot Shops in Seattle ," and it touches on a pot shop that's getting ready to close its doors , one in Burien of all places, and another that's kind of like the WalMart of pot shops -it's not bad, and most of us have been forced to go there at one point or another for whatever reason-but why prop up the biggie when you could give a shout-out to a shop that is far more in need of some foot traffic, is right by Ike's in Central District, and is a mellower, indier, and frankly friendlier pot marketplace? Ultimately, the piece made me curious: Where do our readers prefer to go to buy their pot? I'm not talking about where you go most frequently, but the place you consider your favorite, that you'd go to every single time if you were able .

Traffic/Transit Today: Friday watch

Headed back from his summit with the president, Japan's Prime Minister stops in West Seattle. westseattleblog.com/2018/04/about-that-police-motorcade-in-west-seattle/ Parks, transportation, development ... all with something on The List for the rest of the day/night.

Watch a Sleazeball Predator Get His Comeuppance at Operamuse's Don Giovanni

Mike Heitmann isn't really a sleazeball, but he'll play one in his version of Mozart's Don Giovanni on April 28 at University Heights Center. Soprano Sammie Gorham, who you may have last seen wielding a riding crop in her production of the BDSM opera Susanna's Secret , says she and a bunch of other opera signers have been struggling to land paying gigs for a while.

Seen Off West Seattle: 1st cruise ship of the year

We previewed the upcoming season on Wednesday. Next scheduled ship : Ruby Princess , April 28th .

'Why are we taxing jobs?' West Seattle business owners...

Though the details of a city "head tax" proposal haven't been finalized yet, city councilmembers are trying to make the case for it, and that's why two of them talked with West Seattle Chamber of Commerce members this morning. West Seattle-residing Councilmembers Lorena Gonzalez and Lisa Herbold co-chaired the task force that came up with the idea, About 50 people were at the Disabled American Veterans hall in Delridge to hear them out and ask questions.

Seattle's 'Up' house and Edith Macefield: Read a Q&A about the Ballard landmark

What is the Edith Macefield House? Edith Macefield lived in the two-bedroom, 1,050-square-foot home and rejected a $1 million offer to sell to developers. When she didn't, people took it as her standing up to Seattle's rapid development, which started a significant increase in 2008, a year that saw Macefield made headlines and die at age 86. When she wouldn't sell, the Ballard Blocks commercial building -- which includes a Trader Joe's and an LA Fitness -- built around Macefield's home, with concrete walls a few feet from the kitchen she used.

Connelly: Bullitt Center shines light of Seattle sun on Earth Day

The Bullitt Center opened on EArth Day in 2013. This six-story, 50,000 square-foot structure is the greenest commercial building in the world and aims to improve long-term environmental performance and efficiency through cutting-edge sustainable technology.

Gender-considerate language creates an inclusive and safe environment in restaurants

Using gender-considerate language in restaurants should be the norm in Seattle, especially on Capitol Hill. Gender-considerate language means using language that does not gender people, i.e., "How are y'all doing this evening?" or "How can I help the two of you this evening?."

The Latest: Taxpayers get 1-day extension due to IRS glitch

The IRS website to make payments went down on Tuesday, April 17, 2018. The IRS did not have an imme... .

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In the summer of 2017, father and daughter - jon and annie holloway - embarked on the adventure of a lifetime as they joined five friends in a 4,000-mile bike ride across America. The self-contained crew of seven, biked from Seattle, Washington to Yarmouth, Maine in the span of two months.

Helicopter search for auto-theft suspects

If you hear the Guardian One helicopter in southeast West Seattle, near Westcrest Park - it's being called in to help with what scanner traffic indicates is a search for two people described as auto-theft suspects. There's a ground search with K-9, too.

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