Investigators are blaming a welding accident for sparking a Tuesday evening fire aboard a 100-foot fishing boat near Seattle's Fisherman's Terminal.
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.
A Saturday night limo robbery didn't bare much fruit for one knife-wielding thief, who got away with nothing but a few bottles of water.
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.
Seattle Police Chief John Diaz retired Monday as his department faces a court order involving use of force by officers.
The world's widest tunnel boring machine arrives in Seattle in pieces Tuesday aboard a ship from Japan.
The Fourth of July fireworks show on Lake Union has been canceled after organizers were unable to raise enough money to put on the show.
"Hopping" through Seattle could be tough this Easter weekend on Interstate 5.
A pair of burglars ran out of a Magnolia house Thursday morning after finding its resident hiding in bed under her covers, according to the Seattle Police Department.
City leaders in Seattle want to be the first in the country to fund gun violence research - and learn the causes and effects of gun violence.
The Seattle City Council says police and other departments must obtain the council's approval before using certain cameras and drones for surveillance.
Seattle Public Schools announced it will freeze all non-critical hiring and spending to help make up for an $18 million budget shortfall next year.
The eyes in the sky have more attention than ever.
Former longtime Seattle City Council member Richard McIver died Saturday night, political associates said. He was 71.