Community Power in Seattle

The Seattle community near 35th Avenue NE is coming together to make a dangerous roadway safer. In the area are many businesses, schools, and community activities. And there is a serious car crash nearly every week. A safety project proposed by a group of neighbors will help people walking, people on bikes, people driving and [...]

2018-03-06T17:02:44+00:00March 6th, 2018|Seattle|0 Comments

How did a Seattle cabbie steal a $164,000 from an elderly woman – with state investigators watching?

Last week, King County prosecutors filed charges against 56-year-old David G. Money for stealing from an elderly nursing home patient. The two met when Mr. Money picked her up as a fare a few years ago. Since then, the woman has written $164,000 in checks to Mr. Money, and another $90,000 in suspicious checks to [...]

2014-10-22T16:31:49+00:00October 22nd, 2014|Elder Abuse & Neglect, Seattle, Washington|0 Comments

Gearing up for Bike Month: Seattle bicycling laws

Biking around Seattle can be scary. Unless you ride regularly, it’s easy to forget the bicycling laws – and heavy car traffic is intimidating. Bicycling Laws 101: Yes, you have to wear a helmet. It’s the law in King County: police officers can fine you $100 for riding a bike without a helmet. More importantly, [...]

2014-05-02T16:25:14+00:00May 2nd, 2014|Bicycles, Seattle|0 Comments