Tag Archives: The Seattle Times
In-depth news story on a Seattle-based language program that unexpected closed the doors of its Chinese school in Beijing, stranding dozens of international students and refusing to refund them for prepaid tuition and housing that never reached the intended parties.
Profile on local high school math teacher who moonlights as a country musician and won CMT’s national Music City Madness contest for his original tune “Be Real.”
Coverage of a bill proposed by three state lawmakers seeking to ban military-style semi-automatic assault weapons, and the resulting controversy between gun control and gun rights advocates.
Coverage of the recovery of a missing local landmark, including the totem pole’s history and the oversights that allowed it to be stolen.
Colorful profile on 91-year-old Navy veteran and his memories of Pearl Harbor and life during and after World War II.
News/feature on Seattle’s Medic One paramedic training program and two graduates who stood out in their class as examples of hard work and dedication.
Coverage of hearing where state officials discussed whether to add anxiety disorders to the list of conditions that can receive medical marijuana privileges.
Follow-up coverage of the food bank that was robbed, and the outpouring of donations from community members and local restaurants that resulted.
Breaking coverage of a window-washer in downtown Seattle who fell eight stories but was caught by his safety rope just inches before hitting the ground.
Spot coverage of a local food bank that lost up to $2,000 worth of vegetables and canned foods in a burglary.