Aaron Rodgers did what he liked for the first 30 minutes. Green Bay looked like it could score on every drive. Rodgers was unable to solve Seattle in the second half, and was left to watch Russell Wilson lead another late touchdown drive and send the Packers back home with a loss.
SEATTLE, WA - There's a good chance that if Mom and Dad want it, they'll go out and buy it, leaving you shaking your head over what to get them for Christmas. The grandparents are sending their stuff home with you and the last thing they want is more of it. So what do you do? Consider donating in their names to a charity in Seattle on #GivingTuesday, a global day of philanthropic giving and volunteerism that follows retail shopping events Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday. This year, #GivingTuesday is on Nov. 27, and it's a good opportunity to start your end-of-the-year giving early. Some local Puget Sound charities participating this year include: 2018 Special Olympics USA
A lawsuit contending Seattle's City Council broke the state's Open Public Meetings Act (OPMA) in the lead-up to its abrupt repeal of the head tax on big businesses last June should be decided at trial, but the council's public vote killing the tax will stand, a King County judge ruled Friday. Superior Court Judge Timothy Bradshaw, as part of several rulings, rejected plaintiff James Egan's argument for summary judgment that asked the judge to rule the evidence that's emerged in the case proves the council broke the law, which prohibits a government body's majority from making decisions in private. Instead, Bradshaw will allow the case to be decided at trial. When denying Egan's motion, Bradshaw
Caption Close Ex-Seattle City Council member Phyllis Hagmoe Lamphere, the "city girl" who helped sweep away a "musty, crusty" Council and championed the Washington State Convention and Trade Center, died on Tuesday at the age of 96. News of her passing was posted at Horizon House, the retirement center on First Hill where Lamphere lived and mobilized retirees well into her 90s. She served on the board of the Museum of History and Industry (MOHI) and helped in MOHAI's move to an old armory at the south end of Lake Union, when land was needed for the widening of state Route 520. When City Hall under Mayor Mike McGinn tried to "borrow" settlement money from the state Dept. of Transportation, Lamphere
The Northwest's largest recycler of electronic waste has defrauded customers and auditors for years, falsifying documents and defying environmental certifications, according to federal charges filed Wednesday. Prosecutors accused Craig Lorch and Jeffrey Zirkle, owners and CEOs of Total Reclaim, Inc., of conspiracy, saying they falsely advertised the environmental friendliness of their services and shipped hazardous waste abroad to be processed by Chinese manual laborers in toxic working conditions. A statement from Lorch issued Thursday claimed that he and Zirkle had already apologized and took responsibility for the actions of which they're accused. Total Reclaim collected millions of dollars to process electronic equipment from the City of Seattle, University of Washington and - formerly its largest customer - the Washington Materials Management and Financing Authority, a semi-public group that operates the E-Cycle Washington program with the state Department of Ecology (DOE).
Doug Baldwin scored his first touchdown of the season, catching a 6-yard pass from Russell Wilson with 8:03 remaining until halftime. It cut the Seahawks’ deficit to 14-10. The 14-play, 77-yard drive featured Baldwin, who had five catches for 30 yards and the touchdown on the drive. The Seahawks, though, have run it better than [more]
SEATTLE (AP) — After a shaky beginning, Russell Wilson got hot in the fourth quarter, Bobby Wagner and Seattle's defense stymied Aaron Rodgers and the Seahawks stayed in the middle of the NFC playoff race.
After a shaky beginning, Russell Wilson got hot in the fourth quarter, Bobby Wagner and Seattle's defense stymied Aaron Rodgers and the Seahawks stayed in the middle of the NFC playoff race. Wilson threw for 225 yards and his 15-yard touchdown pass to Ed Dickson with 5:08 left was the difference in the Seahawks' 27-24 victory over the Green Bay Packers on Thursday night.