This past week in Seattle seemed to feature cellphone robberies of every kind: successful robberies, failed robberies, robberies at gunpoint, robberies by possible prostitutes and more. So, let's look back at the week in cellphone robberies.
A man was stabbed in the arm and back during a verbal argument Thursday night in yet another attack at Seattle's Cal Anderson Park.
Seattle police are asking for help to track down eight people wanted for assault, property damage and rioting stemming from this year's May Day events.
Nicholas Siemion says he was stabbed after he told a pit bull owner to get his dog on a leash, but says online comments made it sound like he instigated the attack.
An aggressive, off-leash dog in Seattle's Cal Anderson Park led to one man being hospitalized with serious stab wounds Sunday night, according to the Seattle Police Department.
Two people were injured Wednesday when a King County Metro bus and a minivan collided east of downtown Seattle.
Four of the five are charged with assault and one is facing felony riot charge. In each case, officers said they felt either threatened or say the protestors were trying to hurt them.
A man faked being stabbed in order to sexually assault the woman who came to help him early Monday morning in Cal Anderson Park, according to the Seattle Police Department.
Members of a local community say it's unacceptable that nobody stepped up to help when a man was attacked in broad daylight in a busy Capitol Hill intersection.
Craft distilleries are popping up all over across the state, and the growing industry believes it needs a more even playing field when it comes to taxes.
A man was attacked late Tuesday in Capitol Hill after he walked past a group of men who yelled homophobic remarks at him and expressed their distaste for same-sex marriage, according to the Seattle Police Department.
The inability of patrons to follow a Capitol Hill nightclub's myriad rules, rules such as "Don't have sex in the bathrooms," led to a couple of arrests and trips to the hospital last weekend.
They say there are two things one never discusses in polite conversation: religion and politics. That's a lesson that was quickly and forcefully imparted on a drunk man who decided to lecture a Muslim about drinking.
Weeks after a Washington State Patrol trooper sold his bicycle online, he discovered it stolen and in the possession of a convicted felon. Thanks to being in the right place at the right time, he was able to return it to its rightful owner.