It's that time of year when many of us give generously to charitable organizations. But how do we know where the money is really going? In some cases, more money goes into the pockets of professional fundraisers than to the charity itself.
You can find out how your dollars are being spent at the Washington Secretary of State's office. Just type in the organization's name, click the search button and you can see what percentage of dollars goes to charitable services...and how much goes to pay for fundraising.
It's a strong year for independent films – and for indie movies from the Pacific Northwest. Four feature films that were shot in the Seattle area have been selected to screen at the Sundance Film Festival in January.
"The Details" is a dark comedy shot in Kirkland with a cast including star actors Laura Linney, Elizabeth Banks and Tobey McGuire. It's in the line-up for the high-profile "Premieres" series.
It was national news when a Washington-based soldier just back from Afghanistan died in a shootout with police in Salt Lake City. That was in August. Around the same time another soldier from the same brigade also died violently. But his death didn’t get much notice. It happened on a dark two-lane road in rural Wisconsin.
Forecasters have been warning of a wet and snowy La Niña winter in the Northwest. More than five inches of precipitation fell at SeaTac airport last month. Wet weather means an increased risk of landslides in the Puget Sound region. Are you prepared?
The City of Seattle is holding a landslide awareness meeting.
Apple Cup weekend for football rivals, tough travel expected for game road-trippers, and allegations of Army spying on an Olympia anti-war group lead today's news headlines.
Apple Cup in White
Snow covers the stands in Pullman today, but the field has been cleared in preparation for tomorrow's renewal of the rivalry between WSU and the UW. If the Huskies win, they'll finish the season at 6 and 6, and earn their first trip to a bowl game since 2002.
You’ve read his columns in the Seattle P-I for 30 years – first in print and more recently online. Now, KPLU sports commentator Art Thiel has started a new Web site with friend and former P-I colleague Steve Rudman. It’s called Sportspress Northwest. Art talked with KPLU’s Kirsten Kendrick about his new venture, and about one of the big stories that will be featured on the site this weekend (the Apple Cup).
Maybe you don't ski or snowboard, or even particularly like the snow. But there's so much enjoyment from watching the beautiful images captured by Herald of Everett reporters on Wednesday. It was opening day at Stevens Pass.