A former undercover detective with the King County Sheriff's Office was in federal court on Tuesday to face drug trafficking charges.
A Washington state man rammed a school bus to force it to stop on Interstate 5 in Lane County then took off his pants and tried to climb on board while armed with a gun, Oregon State Police say.
The Snohomish County prosecutor says two guards were justified in shooting at a car that hit one of them in a parking lot outside a federal building in Bothell.
A 24-year-old Tacoma woman suspected of mail theft was taken into custody Monday morning after a car chase that ended as the woman rammed a patrol car and fought with a deputy, officials said.
Police and the FBI are still hunting for an elusive serial bank robber known as the "Cyborg Bandit" who has targeted at least six different banks since September.
A 43-year-old woman who admitted she would be found guilty of second-degree murder in her mother's death was sentenced to 12 years in prison.
Some described being called into an administrator’s office and asked to tattle on fellow classmates. One student says he was asked to “rat out” another.
Following a Problem Solvers alert about about utility company imposters in Seattle, the FBI on Wednesday released a joint alert with the Everett Police Department and the Snohomish PUD urging small, neighborhood businesses throughout the region to be on guard.
A Bothell woman pleaded guilty Thursday to second-degree murder for her mother's beating death.
Police and the FBI are hunting for a serial bank robber known as the "Cyborg Bandit" who has targeted at least four different banks in the past two months.
A Bothell area man has been arrested after being accused of trying to spy on a mother and her teen daughter in a changing room at a Target store.
Police say phone scammers have a new trick up their sleeves. The calls are coming in looking and sounding like they're from the police department, but they're not.
A federal review team of corrections investigators has come in to look into practices and conduct at the jail.
More pot holes, fewer snow-plowed roads and longer commutes - these are just a few of the things local transportation officials say drivers can count on as shrinking budgets delay road improvement projects.