For the past year, Western powers and Tehran have been trying to hammer out a deal that would curb Iran's nuclear program in exchange for an easing of sanctions.
Reporting from Vienna, NPR's Peter Kenyon tells us that the length of the extension is still unclear, but it could be anywhere from three to eight months.
Reuters quotes Britain's Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond as saying the talks have been extended into the summer of 2015.
Seattle City Light is moving forward with plans to upgrade residential electrical meters with advanced technology, often called “smart metering.”
Images of the American West line the walls of a brand new addition to the Tacoma Art Museum. The collection, a gift from a German family with ties to the Northwest, is a once-in-a-lifetime acquisition that is raising the museum’s profile.
In Washington, there are almost 9,000 children in foster care. About a quarter of them are eligible for adoption.
I visited the King County courthouse to meet a family as they welcomed their foster daughter into their home — permanently.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that Cleveland police's Use of Deadly Force Investigation Team is combing through the evidence, trying to figure out if police acted appropriately.
Immigration was different — the issue where business leaders decided to ally with Latino community groups and labor unions.
Lance Cpl. Jasmine Abrego is an office clerk who dreams of becoming a warrior.
She's flat on her stomach in the dirt, in full combat gear. Suddenly she pops up, slings a 44-pound metal tripod on her back and lurches forward in a crab-like run. Finally, she slams the tripod to the ground.
For his tiny practice, which employs just one part-time nurse, putting all his patients' medical records in an online database just doesn't make sense, Korshin says.
Pianist and composer Ann Reynolds brought her Clave Gringa band to The Seattle Art Museum to warm up a cool evening for this month's Art of Jazz Concert, presented by Earshot. The concert was recorded for broadcast and highlights aired on Jazz Northwest on Sunday, November 23 at 2 pm.
Quoting unnamed State Department officials, Reuters and the Associated Press report that Secretary of State John Kerry met with his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif, on Sunday and discussed the possibility of extending negotiations past the Monday deadline.
For months, the two sides have been trying to hammer out a historic accord curbing Iran's nuclear programs.
When the 25-year-old former Marine had a photo of her posted to "Just the Tip, of the Spear" last fall, she was so nervous she couldn't bear to look and asked a friend to check the page for her. The group's name, abbreviated JTTOTS, plays off of innuendo and the Marine Corps moniker as the Tip of the Spear.
"I freaked out; I wouldn't even look at first," Keleher said. "I have all of my social media set up so that it's private and so I was really confused how in the world they got a photo of me.
Back when Code Switch was just a zygote, we spent a day holed up in a teeny room tossing around different names we could call ourselves. Many of them never would see the light of day, which was probably — OK, definitely — for the better.
As USA Today reports, that could cause some serious flooding.
According to a statement, police received a call warning of someone pointing a gun at people near a playground
"Upon arrival on scene, officers located the suspect and advised him to raise his hands," police say. "The suspect did not comply with the officers' orders and reached to his waistband for the gun.
This past week the White House confirmed that it's conducting a review of its hostage policy, but in a press conference, White House spokesman Josh Earnest says the United States will not change its policy on ransoms: America does not pay them.
Instead, the review will focus on how the U.S.
An immense field appears to be covered with snow, blanketed in white. But a closer look reveals more than 10,000 Snow Geese.
Snow Geese nest on Wrangel Island, in the Chukchi Sea off northern Siberia. Don't miss the amazing video by Barbara Galatti!
"With more than two dozen candidates contesting the presidency and more than 50% of the vote required for an outright win, the race was considered likely to go to a runoff next month.
"The front-runner is Beji Caid Essebsi, 87, whose faction garnered the largest share of seats in last month's parliamentary vote, bu