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 caught raping a teen girl little more than a year ago has again been accused of sexually assaulting someone he met on a Metro bus.
Woodland Park Zoo bid farewell to two elderly animals this week.
The man convicted of brutally murdering a popular Woodinville school teacher was sentenced Friday to 30 years in prison.
Mayor Mike McGinn announced Tuesday the city is looking into creating a police training academy just for Seattle's future officers. And, he's not alone in the push to get Seattle recruits out of the state's police academy.
Public health officials have confirmed two people infected with measles have been visiting Washington from out of state and may have exposed the public to the virus before learning they were contagious.
The man accused in the brutal beating death of a popular Woodinville school teacher was found guilty Monday of second degree murder.
A Phinney Ridge man is coming under fire for letting his vacant, graffiti-laden storefront become a community eyesore.
A man was robbed at gunpoint by a less-than-poetic criminal last week in Carkeek Park, according to the Seattle Police Department.