VIDEO - How to cook squirrel risotto. For you adventurous eaters and cooks. Melany Vorass is serious about eating locally. She raises goats, chickens, bees and worms at her Seattle house — and traps squirrels in her front yard for protein. Read the Seattle Times story.
Resolutions you'd like to see
New Year’s Eve is nearly here and a lot of folks take the last remaining hours at year’s end to set goals for the next one. Some of us take this seriously, some of us just have fun and all of us break a few of those resolutions within hours. Or days — we’ll give the benefit of the doubt. This year, we’d like to offer a new, and completely good-natured, twist. Instead of making a list for...
Local Christmas light display gets its music on
Head on over to our Christmas light display map. While we haven’t gotten many entries from the community, one does stick out. Chris and Megan added their home to the map with the following information: 379 Wallula Ave Walla Walla Christmas lights that are synchronized to music. Just pull up to our house and tune your car radio station to 94.5 FM. If you make it out there, take a picture...
Fire on Figueroa Street - no injuries
No injuries reported in a morning fire that heavily damaged a home at 1219 Figueroa St. Two people were in the home at the time of the blaze and were alerted by family pets, officials said. More to come later today.
Great video of Nano Lopez produced by local production crew Tangent Media Group. Nano Lopez: Master Sculptor (by Tangent Media Group)
Gregoire to DEA: Make marijuana a legal drug →
“In the year 2011, why can’t medical cannabis be prescribed by a physician and filled at the drugstore just like any other medication? The answer is surprisingly simple. It can. But only if the federal government stops classifying marijuana as unsuitable for medical treatment,” Gregoire said.
Seattle Police released surveillance video in connection with recent homicide of Seattle hairdresser Danny Vega. (via Local News | Seattle police release photos and video in deadly attack | Seattle Times Newspaper)