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.
Police have a man in custody thought to be responsible for a Monday night stabbing in in Lake City.
A taxi driver who may or may not have run over his fare's foot last Friday apparently has a pretty high bar for what constitutes a difficult passenger.
A woman suffered cuts and scrapes all over her body after two teenage robbers dragged her alongside their car while stealing her cellphone Friday at Matthews Beach Park, according to the Seattle Police Department.
One officer shot the dog twice in the chest and shoulder area, the dog survived and the officers were not injured
After studying the area for two years, scientist say human waste has made its way into a Seattle stream.
Fast food workers in Seattle started striking Wednesday night, causing at least two restaurants to close so far, in protest of low wages.
More dogs than ever before are getting very sick from eating marijuana, and one local vet doesn't see the trend stopping anytime soon now that pot has been legalized.
A man claims he was beaten unconscious by an intruder in his Lake City home last week. But, the only evidence officers have is some dried blood, a towel and a pair of wet socks.
Reports of two men driving around Lake City firing shots from the passenger side of their car led to the arrest of one man for investigation of multiple weapons violations Tuesday night.
Seattle is getting the jump on marijuana sales with a string of zoning proposals, but pot advocates say part of the plan could hurt the economy and send jobs outside the city.
After nearly a year of requests, city leaders finally got Seattle police to go on the record Wednesday about what went wrong during last year's destructive May Day Riots, when anarchist groups caught police flat footed.
The next man to lead Seattle's police department -- at least for now -- understands he faces a tough job guiding the agency out of its recent turmoils.