Archive for August, 2011

Trout homers twice as Angels crush Mariners 13-6

Mike Trout homered twice and drove in five runs to lead the Los Angeles Angels to a 13-6 rout of the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday night. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Sparks beat Storm behind Parker’s 27

Candace Parker scored a season-high 27 points and the Los Angeles Sparks beat Seattle 68-62 Tuesday night, denying the Storm a chance to clinch a playoff berth. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Keller discusses Sounders Open Cup win over FC Dallas

Sounders keeper Kasey Keller discusses the team’s 1-0 US Open Cup semifinal win over FC Dallas. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

America’s first EPA chief fires back at GOP criticism

Republican presidential candidates Michele Bachmann and Rick Perry seem to be taking turns bashing the Environmental Protection Agency. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Pilot of crashed plane found in Bremerton

After several hours searching, rescue crews found the pilot safe after his plane crashed in a wooded area of west Bremerton Tuesday night. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Get rid of those varicose veins during your lunch break

Getting rid of varicose veins is about to get easier. The new procedure is said to be almost painless and it’s so quick that you could have it done during your lunch break. Jean Enersen reports. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Boeing to revamp 737 engine amid competition

Boeing says it’s planning to redesign the engine of its workhorse 737 airplane in an effort to quickly match growing competition from rival plane maker Airbus. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Bigger engines, big name for Boeing 737

Yesterday, Boeing’s board of directors approved the launch of a new aircraft program, the re-engined 737. Today, it has a name: Max. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Times: Seattle Tower sold for $30 million

The 27-story Seattle Tower, a downtown art deco landmark, has changed hands for the third time in five years, reports the Seattle Times newspaper. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites

Planes, trains, buses return to normal _ almost

NEW YORK (AP) — There wasn’t a spare seat to be found on planes or buses Tuesday as travelers stranded by Hurricane Irene finally headed home. The nation’s transportation system was nearly back to normal, giving hope to vacationers looking for a trouble-free Labor Day getaway. Continue Reading → Bookmark It Hide Sites