Top Seattle news: Smoke from recycling plant fire reaches north; lowest tides of the year to arrive

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Read on for the most recent top news you may have missed in Seattle.

Lowest tides of the year coming to Seattle beaches next week

Seattle beachgoers will see -3.4-foot tides exposing marine life next week.

Read the full story on KING5.

Photos: Seattle's Pike Place Market celebrates Pride Month

Dozens took to the iconic Pike Place Market sign to raise a number of Pride Flags to celebrate Pride Month in Seattle.

Read the full story on KOMO News .

Smoke from Woodinville recycling plant fire reaches north Seattle

Residents in the area should close their doors and windows due to a strong odor from the burning materials.

Read the full story on KING5.

These mammoth new parking garages speak an inconvenient truth about green-talking Seattle

Some of the largest parking structures ever built in Seattle are coming on line in and around our high-tech neighborhoods. But we're embarrassed about it, so it's OK.

Read the full story on The Seattle Times.

One of Seattle’s best sushi chefs will leave his West Seattle restaurant in August

But three employees are taking over the business.

Read the full story on Eater Seattle.

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