Christine Clarridge, The Seattle Times

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The Seattle Times

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Past articles by Christine:

Fall equinox arrives, bringing chance of rain in Seattle

Here comes fall and with it, a slight chance of rain in the Puget Sound region. Here's what to know. → Read More

Woman found dead in burning Montlake home died of stab wounds

Two people found dead in a burning home in Seattle's Montlake neighborhood last week have been identified. → Read More

2 die in unrelated hit-and-runs in Auburn

A driver is in custody after two separate fatal hit-and-run incidents on Thursday night in Auburn. → Read More

Seattle police: 2 found dead in burning Montlake house

On Wednesday morning, police and firefighters were dispatched to a house on fire in Seattle's Montlake neighborhood. An armed man was reportedly inside. → Read More

Here comes Seattle fall weather, all of a sudden

That chill in the air means the heat may be behind us. It's good news for smoky skies in the Seattle area. → Read More

Southbound I-5 lanes closed for maintenance at Seattle’s Ship Canal

The Washington State Department of Transportation is shutting down part of southbound I-5 at the Ship Canal. → Read More

‘Notable’ 3.7 earthquake recorded near Poulsbo

Did you feel the 3.7 magnitude earthquake that struck near Poulsbo? If so, here's how to report it. → Read More

WA Labor Day weekend traffic is coming. Here’s how to handle it

Traveling this Labor Day weekend? Here's what to know about the best times to avoid holiday congestion. → Read More

Aurora Avenue reopens at North 185th after fatal collision

A fatal pedestrian and vehicle collision near North 185th had closed southbound Aurora Avenue in Shoreline. The lanes reopened Thursday morning. → Read More

It’s almost National Dog Day! Send us your pup pics

With national dog day on Friday, let's celebrate and spread cheer by sharing pictures of some good dogs. → Read More

Seattle’s rising Kia car thefts linked to TikTok videos, police say

Seattle police said they investigated 36 reports of stolen Kias last month, compared with five in July last year. → Read More

Seattle area cool-down could mean lightning, thunderstorms

Seattle's greatest chance for rain, and possibly thunderstorms, is Tuesday night going into Wednesday morning. → Read More

Thousands of lightning strikes hit NW after heat wave

Parts of Oregon saw a third consecutive day of thunderstorms Tuesday, with about 1,000 lightning strikes. → Read More

Woman killed in South Seattle domestic violence stabbing

The suspect was arrested in North Seattle roughly two hours after the incident. → Read More

Seattle’s heat wave may drag into record-breaking six days

The excessive-heat warning has been extended to Sunday, when it is expected to reach 91 degrees. → Read More

Vehicle fire prompts closure of I-5 in Seattle; all lanes now open

"Tanks are exploding," the Seattle Fire Department said on Twitter shortly before 2 p.m. "Please avoid the area." → Read More

Seattle heat wave on the way; here’s how to prepare

Scorching temperatures are on the way to the Seattle area. Here's what to know, and a few tips to beat the heat. → Read More

One dead after fire at Renton senior apartment

Heavy smoke pouring from the third floor of the senior apartment complex in Renton was reported by the first fire crews to arrive. → Read More

5 injured in shooting in Mount Vernon Walmart

A 72-year-old customer, a 24-year-old employee and three 19-year-old men were shot Sunday night in what police are describing as an "altercation." → Read More

What to expect from Seattle area weather after two record-breaking cool, wet months

The adage that summer in Seattle doesn't start until July 5 looks like it's coming true. Overall, June is expected to be cooler and wetter than usual. → Read More