The red neon 'R' returns to its original perch on Thursday, but first it visits fans in six Seattle neighborhoods.
A Seattle woman says an unknown man slipped meth into her beer while she was at a Summer Solstice party in Fremont.
There is an effort underway to bring an indoor skate park back to Seattle after losing its only one more than a year ago. Now, project leaders are hoping the community will step up and help support their plan to provide a safe, clean and fun place for local youth to skate.
Investigators are warning that an old scam where thieves pose as Seattle City Light bill collectors has resurfaced around the area again this month.
Home buyers are buying and sellers are selling. That's true across King, Snohomish and Pierce Counties according to the latest numbers from Zillow. But home values in each of the three counties are still down - some as much as 20 percent from where they were during the height of the housing boom.
The connection between pot and public safety is being measured in a new database by the Seattle Police Department.
Washington already has the nation's highest state minimum wage at $9.19 an hour. Now, there's a push in Seattle, at least, to make it $15.
Recycling in Seattle is at an all-time high, according to a recent report by Seattle Public Utilities. But in order to achieve zero waste, the city says more work is needed.
Washington currently ranks second in the nation for its number of craft breweries. But there is more to the local craft scene than just access to good beer. The Brewers Association, a national organization studying the economic impact of microbreweries, says this business is helping create good paying jobs and revenue for the state.
A Seattle man says he was intentionally rammed by a fellow cyclist who had been harassing him and his girlfriend early Sunday near Fremont.
Alana Martinez has a punctured chin, a bruise and cut on her forehead. But she still has her life.
A man attacked and robbed a woman on her way to work before trying to drag her under a bench Monday night in Fremont, according to the Seattle Police Department.
Spotless in Seattle? An apartment building planned for the heart of Fremont isn't sitting well with people who live and work nearby because of a lack of parking in its blueprints.