Moms in Ballard are wondering if they're out money after trying to sell goods at a consignment store that's suddenly closed its doors.
City leaders are pushing for a permanent fix to the problem of maintaining and expanding the park system, but some worry the solution headed to the ballot could be like handing the city a blank check.
Mayor Ed Murray held a first-ever summit on police reforms and says the meeting led to a breakthrough agreement on how to move forward.
The owner of a medical marijuana dispensary claims his landlord called him to a fake meeting then stole $2,600 worth of pot while he was away from the business last week in Fremont.
After waiting decades for a major sports championship, thousands of Seattleites took to the streets as fireworks popped, horns blared and flags waved following the decisive Super Bowl win by the Seahawks.
Seattle musicians Macklemore and Ryan Lewis took home four Grammy Awards on Sunday night; a self-guided walking tour – highlighting locations from the “Thrift Shop,” “Can’t Hold Us,” and “White Walls” videos – was published Monday morning.
Kids may be getting mixed messages about the dangers of drugs and alcohol, now that voters in Washington State have decriminalized pot for adults and privatized liquor.
A 38-year-old man is facing felony assault and hit-and-run charges for allegedly running over a parking enforcement officer's foot when she tried to give him a parking ticket.
On Jan. 2, a woman told the Seattle Police Department a man she had known for three weeks and believed to be gay drugged her drink at a Fremont bar in an attempt to date rape her. But, the suspect is reportedly claiming to have been in a relationship with the victim the whole time and has filed a restraining order against her.
The big-box booze retailer Bevmo will make no sales Monday at one of its Seattle locations after the Liquor Control Board cited the store for selling to a minor.
Police and residents are perplexed after a dozen bloody animal skulls appeared in the front yard of a house across from the Fremont Troll early Friday morning.
She's yet to take office as Seattle's first socialist City Councilmember, but Kshama Sawant is already rattling the ranks with a new minimum wage mandate.
A pedestrian is fighting for his life after being hit by a car Monday night in North Seattle.
It's hard to miss the five-story building going up between Wallingford and Fremont on the corner of Stone Way and 34th Street. The site will soon be the new home of Seattle-based running company Brooks Sports, but the developer says there's a lot more to this office/retail project than meets the eye. Developer Skanska recently offered us a sneak peek of the progress being made at Stone34.
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.