TWISP, Wash. -- There's no official marker. No sign, no banner, no post in the ground.Instead, it requires wandering off of Highway 20, driving 10 minutes west, and turning down a winding dirt road. The path bends and curves as it snakes its way up into th
SEATTLE -- Dining al fresco could soon be on the menu at more places in Seattle.The city is testing a pilot program to make it easier for restaurants to add sidewalk cafes. Dining establishments will no longer be required to have 42-inch high fences or rai
PACIFIC, Wash. -- Fighting traffic can sometimes seem like an upstream battle. With that in mind, contractors say they've found a way to condense 30 nights of highway lane closures into less than three days of labor, working nonstop to finish a fish passageway while repaving about one mile of State Route 167.
REDMOND, Wash -- Bruised but recovering, cautious yet inspired: The woman wounded in a brutal attack near Marymoor Park broke her silence Tuesday, thanking the man who came to her rescue and encouraging others to be vigilant.
SEATTLE -- Roland Tennin is used to making his home on the streets of Seattle. Now, he's part of a group that makes those streets better.Even though I'm homeless, doing what I'm doing now is better than standing there, asking, 'can you help me? Can you hel
BELLINGHAM. Wash. -- At several stories tall, the rusty relics look like something straight out of 'Mad Max': six towering oblong containers and one giant sphere that have weathered the rough waters of time, business, and industry.
REDMOND, Wash. -- A woman out for a walk with her dog was seriously injured when a man attacked her near Marymoor Park.The assault happened around 7 p.m. Friday as the woman was walking on a trail near the 5100 block of Lake Sammamish Parkway Northeast, th
KENT, Wash. -- Loved for decades, vacant for months; and yet it took just minutes for the home on 98th Avenue South to go up in flames, according to investigators. The house, in the 23500 block, caught fire around 11:45 a.m. Tuesday, said Captain Kyle Ohashi with the Kent Fire Department.
KENMORE, Wash. -- Call him a noodle guru. Technically, Hans Lienesch prefers the title The Ramen Rater, the moniker of his multimedia presence since 2002. The Kenmore resident fell in love with instant noodles as a child and began reviewing them online because he had a passion for the products.
BOTHELL, Wassh -- Forensic chemists and acceleran- detection dogs are among the tools authorities are using to pinpoint what caused a devastating fire in Bothell last week. In all, 15 businesses were destroyed and several more were damaged during the blaze early Friday morning.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
Names (e.g. David Pogue)
Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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