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 local dog named Tucker has a very special talent for tracking, and scientists say he's helping save wildlife -- including killer whales -- all over the world.
Police are looking for whoever is responsible for setting three fires and trying to set two more Friday evening in the University District.
About 11,000 runners turned out in Montlake for the 31st annual Nordstrom Beat the Bridge eight-kilometer athletic race and fundraiser.
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.
A group of friends had their afternoon coffee break interrupted by a rake-wielding man Tuesday afternoon on the Ave, according to the Seattle Police Department.
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.
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.
The new Husky stadium is taking shape with more elevators, luxury suites and restaurants - without hiding the view of Lake Washington.
A man was arrested Tuesday for allegedly throwing a half-full can of beer at a Seattle Police Department officer. To the man's credit, he at least immediately realized it was a stupid thing to do.
The man accused of driving drunk the wrong way on Highway 520 and killing a woman in a head-on crash pleaded not guilty Thursday to vehicular homicide.
Local researchers are scanning college students’ social media sites to identify which will become alcoholics later in life.
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.
Amanda Knox says in an interview that what happened to her was "surreal but it could have happened to anyone."
A University of Washington student was beaten with a chrome socket wrench Tuesday afternoon by a man who told a witness, "He touched my girl," according to the Seattle Police Department.