Coral Garnick, SFBJ

Coral Garnick


Seattle, WA, United States

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Past articles by coral:

Maker of Fisher Scones to begin GMO labeling

Conifer Specialties, maker of Fisher Scones, is going through a non-GMO verification process. Meanwhile, in anticipation of a new Vermont law, the company will begin GMO labeling its packages until the verification is complete. → Read More

One person dead in Renton house fire

On Friday night, firefighters battling a blaze in the 300 block of Factory Avenue North found one person dead on the second floor. → Read More

Burn ban extended to King County

Stagnant air leads officials to issue a burn ban for King County and raise the ban levels for Snohomish and Pierce counties. → Read More

6 juveniles in custody after Renton police vehicle hit

A Renton police officer was taken to the hospital after one of two stolen vehicles rammed into a police vehicle. → Read More

SeaTac’s minimum-wage law clears another hurdle at airport

In denying the request to exempt airport workers from the SeaTac minimum-wage law, the judge said the matter had been settled by the state Supreme Court, which found enforcing the law would not interfere with airport operations. → Read More

FAA investigates Alaska landing on taxiway at Sea-Tac

Port of Seattle officials say it was not an emergency situation. And the FAA says no vehicles or aircraft were on the taxiway when the landing occurred. → Read More

Sea-Tac reopens center runway after 8 months of rehab

The runway was originally built in 1969, and was meant last 20 years. Now, 46 years later, the new 9,426-foot runway cost $95 million and has a 40-year life span. → Read More

Missing firefighter’s car found at Deception Pass, search under way

Seattle firefighter Joshua Ryan Milton has been missing since Thursday, after he failed to arrive for a shift at Harborview Medical Center. → Read More

T-Mobile’s phone financing plan draws complaint

Change to Win, a union federation based in Washington, D.C., has asked the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to investigate what it calls T-Mobile’s “misleading advertisements and abusive debt collection practices.” → Read More

Norovirus outbreak suspected at downtown Seattle tower

Health officials are looking into a possible large outbreak of norovirus at Russell Investments Center in downtown Seattle that may involve hundreds of people. → Read More

Bellevue teen badly hurt in late night crash

A 16-year-old was taken to the hospital after the car he was riding in crashed into a retaining wall near Enatai Beach Park in Bellevue. → Read More

Airbnb says its rentals aren’t affecting local housing affordability

Airbnb, fighting concerns that its rentals may squeeze an already tight rental market and worsen local housing affordability by turning homes into perennial short-term rentals, says nearly 80 percent of its listings here for full homes are rented less than 90 days a year. → Read More

Man dies after falling through ice on pond in Thurston County

The man had been skating with his grandson on the pond, which is on the family’s ranch outside of Yelm. → Read More

Teen, one of 14 siblings, finally gets to be a kid

Treehouse, a nonprofit agency in The Seattle Times Fund For The Needy, supports some 8,000 foster children each year by helping them stay in school and providing important childhood experiences, such as summer camp and driver’s education. → Read More

Seattle-area Muslims aid homeless with Day of Dignity

The Muslim community held its annual Day of Dignity for Seattle-area homeless, a charitable event that participants say shows the true nature of the Islamic religion. → Read More

28-year-old arrested on suspicion of rape

/the man surrendered to police after a two-hour standoff. He was holed up in an apartment with a 2-year-old child, who was unharmed. → Read More

Thousands still without power in Snohomish County, but lights to come on soon

The Snohomish County Public Utility District reported about 8,400 customers with outages Saturday morning, down from nearly 18,000 Friday evening. → Read More

Seattle’s French community gathers in solidarity

“La Marseillaise” rang out in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood Saturday as the local French community gathered to show support for their homeland after Friday’s attacks. → Read More

Space Needle plans upgrades: losing wires, adding glass

If approved by Seattle’s Landmarks Preservation Board, the multiyear project would be the largest reinvestment in the Space Needle since it was built in 1962. → Read More

Space Needle owners propose replacing wires with windows

If approved by Seattle’s Landmarks Preservation Board, the multiyear project would be the largest reinvestment in the Space Needle since it was built in 1962. → Read More