A local Navy veteran's uniforms, medals and equipment were stolen out of his Ballard apartment's storage locker this month, according to the Seattle Police Department.
Investigators are blaming a welding accident for sparking a Tuesday evening fire aboard a 100-foot fishing boat near Seattle's Fisherman's Terminal.
How does an apparently healthy man die from a nosebleed after he's gone to the emergency room five time in less than a day?
A woman alleged to be driving drunk hit a Seattle patrol officer's car in North Seattle early Sunday morning on 3rd Avenue Northwest.
The Seattle Police Department has acknowledged that it doesn't have any video of an encounter in which officers shot and killed a mentally disturbed man in February.
The court-appointed monitor in charge of overseeing reform in the Seattle Police Department said it's "troubling" that somehow no police cameras were rolling during a recent officer-involved shooting
Christina Dewey insists what happened to her should never happen to anyone. When she got sick from chemotherapy, she asked her boss for some flexibility in her work schedule. A day later, she was fired.
Police say a Tuesday afternoon argument between two sisters took a violent turn when one of the women slashed her teenage sister's face with a steak knife.
Locals wonder: Are Seattle taxpayers getting their money's worth in a new park? They're wondering because the nearly $3 million park will be just 29 feet wide.
Seattle is getting the jump on marijuana sales with a string of zoning proposals, but pot advocates say part of the plan could hurt the economy and send jobs outside the city.
A new survey shows that students at two Seattle schools are using a "significantly higher" amount of drugs and alcohol then their counterparts around the state, and now parents and teachers want to know why.
A terrified teen was forced to hand over his savings to a robber not once but twice in two days, according to the Seattle Police Department.
Police arrested three Seattle residents Wednesday morning for allegedly selling marijuana and pot-laced food to a group of Ballard middle and high school students.
A Ballard restaurant employee was threatened at knife point while attempting to stop three men who had run out on a $60 tab last Thursday night, according to the Seattle Police Department.
A man in his 30s suffered life-threatening injuries when a delivery truck backed into him and pinned him against a store's loading dock in North Seattle, officials said.