Thousands of homes around the Puget Sound region remained without power Tuesday as crews continued to clean up from Monday's thunderstorms.
There's a short answer to why copper metal thefts are so high, but what is clear is that it has become a lucrative career choice for local criminals.
The suspect fled Bonaci Fine Jewelers in the 300 block of E. Smith St.,, and may have gotten into a car.
The 49-year-old owner of a Kent gun shop and his 30-year-old stepson were arrested Friday morning on charges of illegally selling guns and drugs out of the business.
The King County Sheriff's Office and Burien Police Department searched three houses in Kent and Des Moines last week, seizing 0.25 kilos of cocaine and more than $6,000 in cash.
Kent Police Sgt. Jarod Kasner said the car crashed about 4 a.m. near the intersection of South 208th and 100th.
Deputies arrested a Kent man last Thursday for allegedly using an online dating service popular in the LGBT community to target victims, who he then robbed -- and in one case raped -- at gunpoint.
A Renton man's late-night gardening put him in the perfect position to foil a pair of neighborhood burglars Monday night.
A lengthy prostitution investigation that spanned several local cities ended Thursday night with the arrest of three woman and a man, according to police.
Voters in King County have just a couple of days to mail in their ballots for the maintenance and operational levy that would help restore lost revenue to several fire districts.
A man who drove the wrong way on I-5 Tuesday morning has been captured by Washington State Patrol troopers.
A female snowshoer died hours after she was dug out of an avalanche by fellow hikers, and a man remained missing Monday, two days after a pair of spring avalanches struck separate groups hiking near Snoqualmie Pass.
The two men sped off in a stolen car and made it several miles before hitting one of the police cars a few blocks from Meeker Middle School.
A young Soos Creek Elementary student is out of school Wednesday after being caught with an unloaded gun in his backpack Tuesday, according to the Kent School District. The student reportedly had no plans to harm other students; he just thought the gun was cool.
The city's only casino sends its tax money to the state as part of an annexation deal, but one city councilman thinks that needs to change.