The Seattle City Council has passed an ordinance that would authorize the city to reallocate funds for departments to hire, particularly when it comes to the Seattle Police Department.
Amazon is planning to sublease some of its warehouse space now that the pandemic-fueled surge in online shopping, which helped the e-commerce giant rake in soaring profits in the past two years, has eased.
Starbucks said Monday it decided to close its 130 stores and no longer have a brand presence in Russia.
The Amber Alert came across the AirPods so loud that it ripped open the boy's ear drum, causing permanent hearing loss, the lawsuit states.
Alaska Airlines says it's still struggling with a pilot shortage.
With only a test dummy aboard, Boeing’s astronaut capsule pulled up and parked at the International Space Station for the first time Friday, a huge achievement for the company after years of false starts.
Interim Seattle Police Chief Adrian Diaz has officially applied for the permanent job, FOX 13 has confirmed.
The Seattle Police Department has maintained compliance with federal reform guidelines for two years, a major milestone for the department, according to interim police chief Adrian Diaz.
Netflix said the positions represent 2% of the streaming company’s total workforce, which includes nearly 11,000 employees. Most of the employees were U.S.-based.
Chinese airliner crash led to Boeing 737-800s being grounded by China's four major airlines.
Two flight attendants are suing Alaska Airlines, alleging they were ‘canceled’ for their religious beliefs when they questioned the airline’s support for the Equality Act.
Alaska’s Copper River salmon season has started and the first shipment arrived at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Tuesday morning.
Starbucks said Monday it will pay the travel expenses for U.S. employees to access abortion and gender-confirmation procedures if those services aren’t available within 100 miles of a worker’s home.
Alaska Airline's CEO said Friday that about 50 flights are still being canceled each day, and the month of May "will continue to be choppy." Starting next month, the airline is adding hundreds of pilots, reservation agents and flight attendants.
The iconic comedian originally planned to film the special in front of a live audience, but COVID-19 had other plans.
Alaska Airline's CEO said Friday that about 50 flights are still being canceled each day, and cancelations will continue through May. Ben Minicucci said in a video posted on YouTube that the outlook is better in "June and beyond" as they add 150 pilots, 200 reservation agents and 1,100 flight attendants.
Google says people previously felt 'lumped in' to certain racial categories
North Carolina businessman Tom Harris wants Amazon to use its powerful shopping platform to help customers put their own sanctions against Russia.
James Cromwell, an 82-year-old actor and activist, superglued his hand to a Starbucks counter to protest the chain’s extra charge for plant-based milk alternatives.
The Spokane Street Bridge reopened Monday morning after a mechanical issue caused a brief closure.