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.
City leaders are trying to rein in a recent construction trend that puts big, multi-story homes on undersized lots.
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.
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.
With the home team's popularity surging in recent months, it seems even suspected criminals are hopping on the Seattle Seahawks bandwagon. So, this Sunday keep an eye out for these Hawks fans wanted in connection with everything from robbing banks to stealing antiques.
Between 40 and 45 guns, including an AR-15, left unsecured in a house across from Roosevelt High School were stolen in a burglary last week, according to the Seattle Police Department.
Federal investigators are analyzing a stash of electronics seized from the home of a former Seattle high school coach accused of secretly videotaping his students.
Seattle police are asking for help from the public to nab a bank robber who hit a Roosevelt bank Thursday afternoon.
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.
Seattle's Macklemore and Ryan Lewis made a triumphant homecoming this week with three sold-out concerts at KeyArena, but long before they were selling out shows they were using their creative talents in the classroom.
It's never been legal, but getting caught smoking pot in public could soon cost you in Seattle.
Vocal parents managed to turn the tide in a boundary battle with the Seattle School District.
Someone stole Jessica's Oldwyn's two hundred pound Buddha from the front of her Green Lake home. But before you think this was just an oversize lawn ornament, the solid stone enlighten one meant more than any thief could get on craigslist.
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.