A Sound Transit bus driver who caused a fatal accident in May blamed the crash on faulty brakes, but a recently-completed Washington State Patrol investigation found nothing wrong with the bus.
A check by First Transit - which employs the bus driver - noted concern about the bus pulling to the right when the brakes were applied.
There is a pain so intense, so excruciating, that people who suffer from it are known to take their own lives.
The Lake Washington School District has placed a teacher on leave for allegedly taping a student to a chair, but the boy's classmates say there's another side to the story.
A woman somehow avoided serious injuries when she jumped out of a moving car on Interstate 405 and landed on the pavement in the path of an oncoming semi truck, the Washington State Patrol reports.
The daughter of a couple who were killed when a Sound Transit bus slammed into their SUV Monday night says she takes solace in the fact that her parents were together in their final moments.
King County marine officers are patrolling for the kind of behavior that's been driving some Kirkland residents nuts.
The driver of a Sound Transit bus says the brakes failed and he was unable to avoid hitting a car Monday night on an Interstate 405 transit ramp, killing two people.
Police say their investigation into a deadly Monday night Sound Transit bus crash in Kirkland could take six months to complete, and recently released 911 calls shed light on just how terrifying the crash was.
The beach at Marina Park will remain closed, possibly through Monday, officials said.
A woman from Washington state has been charged with stalking singer Clay Aiken at his home in North Carolina
As the best weather of the year moves in, there's something nasty in the water at a popular Kirkland park.
A Washington state Senate committee heard testimony Thursday on a bill to open up need-based student financial aid to illegal immigrants.
Kirkland landlords will no longer be able to deny tenants based on their use of a Section 8 Housing Voucher after the City Council recently approved a new ordinance prohibiting such practices.
In an effort to protect against discrimination, Kirkland city officials are considering an ordinance that would prohibit landlords from refusing to rent to a tenant who receives help paying for housing in the private market.