A man was critically injured when he was struck by a car late Wednesday morning.
Elevated radiation levels at a popular Seattle park have parents worried about their children's safety and upset that the government is just now telling them about the problem.
Singer Sara Gazarek didn't grow up with a lot of exposure to jazz -- after all, Seattle is really known more for grunge (and, recently, hip-hop) than for crooning voices and downtown piano bars. But when she joined the jazz choir in high school, she fell in love with the genre. Now, she's an award-winning performer with a new album, who's using her star power to inspire future generations of musicians -- or at least help students understand a genre that often feels elusive.
Larry Jorgenson, a fixture for nearly 30 years in the Ravenna neighborhood in Northeast Seattle, celebrated his 60th birthday at the Ravenna Eckstein Community Center last week.
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.
Seattle firefighters have extinguished a smoldering fire on a ship on Lake Washington.
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.
Seattle Children's Hospital's Cancer Center is expanding, and every aspect of the upgrade was designed with patients - and their families - in mind.
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.
Police are looking for three men who forced their way into a View Ridge area home, tied up the home's two occupants, struck one in the head with a rifle butt and stole multiple items, including the victims' car.
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.