A man was shot by police near Southcenter Mall and three people were arrested after one of them tried to run over the officer with a car, officials said.
Vickey Tilson, 51, of Seattle died in the crash which happened after 11:15 p.m.
A worker at Sea-Tac Airport has died from injuries he sustained Tuesday night in an industrial accident, officials said.
A worker at Sea-Tac Airport was taken to Harborview Medical Center with numerous injuries after a Tuesday night accident at the airport.
Workers at Sea-Tac Airport claim they're exposed to blood, vomit and worse every day, and they say they don't have procedures in place to keep them from getting sick.
Another measure seeking to control gun violence failed in the state Legislature on Wednesday, with senators deciding not to vote on a bill that would have required people to surrender their weapons when they are placed under a restraining order.
Andy Ellis is charged with eight counts of residential burglary and two counts of theft. But police say those charges don't even scratch the surface of the 100 burglaries Ellis told police he's responsible for within just the last eight months.
"Hopping" through Seattle could be tough this Easter weekend on Interstate 5.
The City of Tukwila is working to reduce crime in areas where it's highest, and city leaders say a block full of businesses may have to move elsewhere.
Ushering in the bloom of spring, it's time to set the clocks forward for daylight saving time.
Since its creation, King County's 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness has focused on providing permanent, affordable housing options for those living on the streets. But after a recent review, some argue the plan fails to meet the emergency needs of the county's homeless population and it's time for a change.
The teenager accused of strangling and stabbing his friend as she slept on a couch pleaded guilty Tuesday to second degree murder.
A convicted felon with a long rap sheet was sentenced Friday to 10 years in prison for indiscriminately firing a gun into a crowded parking lot.
Efforts to abolish the death penalty have never gained political traction in Washington state, but supporters of the move aren't giving up.
King County housing officials say looming federal budget cuts are keeping them from issuing Section 8 housing vouchers to hundreds of families in need.