SEATTLE -- Jake Hanes was just trying to help a friend in University Place last Friday when his attempt at tree cutting turned tragic. The tree gave way and landed on him, crushing his legs.
It was only by chance that he had just called for his wife beforehand, which may have saved his life.
A thief arrived on a stolen lawn mower, then swiped a tractor to leave a trail of wreckage through a Kitsap County neighborhood, according to investigators.
Homeowners and businesses around Lake Tapps are bracing for the very real possibility the lake won't be filled this summer.
A Seattle City Councilman on Wednesday suggested it was the actions of police officers, rather than protesters, that sparked the violence during Friday's May Day riot on Capitol Hill.
A Bothell couple had quite the scare Wednesday morning when a chunk of steel came crashing through the roof of their bedroom.
The life of mass murderer Joseph McEnroe is now in the hands of a jury.
More than 3,000 teachers from Northshore, Lake Washington and South Whidbey traded their school books for picket signs in a planned one-day strike on Wednesday.
If it seems like there are more tourists than ever in Seattle, you would be correct. New research shows the tourism biz in the Seattle is firing on all cylinders and could use more room for conventions.
Hundreds of Seattle restaurants have delivery service, and some of them don't even know they offer the convenience.
A federal judge on Wednesday refused to approve a list of exceptions sought by the state Attorney General's office that would give health officials more time before providing competency services to mentally ill people held in jails.