This past week in Seattle seemed to feature cellphone robberies of every kind: successful robberies, failed robberies, robberies at gunpoint, robberies by possible prostitutes and more. So, let's look back at the week in cellphone robberies.
Police are searching for a suspect who remains at large after a Thursday night shooting in North Seattle.
The kindergarten class at Bryant Elementary might look like a bunch of ordinary 5- and 6-year-olds, but listen to what they're saying and asking and you learn otherwise.
The suspect, a 20-year-old man, was booked in the King County Jail for being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm
A group of homeless people is making a habit of stealing cushions and bedding from a North Seattle hotel and using it to stock their nearby camp, according to the Seattle Police Department.
Though things are looking fairly rainy for the near future, the continued orbit of the Earth around the Sun means warm weather will return before long. When it does, the Seattle Police Department would like to remind residents to close and lock their windows.
A psychology major in North Seattle who is able to pick up women at will was burglarized last week despite an intricate system of hiding places for his wallet. Or, maybe he just really likes filing false police reports.
The Seattle Police Department has acknowledged that it doesn't have any video of an encounter in which officers shot and killed a mentally disturbed man in February.
The court-appointed monitor in charge of overseeing reform in the Seattle Police Department said it's "troubling" that somehow no police cameras were rolling during a recent officer-involved shooting
One man's need to have the last word ended with an aggressive driver allegedly pulling a gun on him in a road-rage incident last week on Lake City Way.
A man was shot and wounded early Monday in a drive-by shooting as he was walking with his brother along a North Seattle street, police said.
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.
Weeks after a Washington State Patrol trooper sold his bicycle online, he discovered it stolen and in the possession of a convicted felon. Thanks to being in the right place at the right time, he was able to return it to its rightful owner.
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.