An explosion Sunday morning at a metal recycling building in the Wallingford area was caused by a propane tank that had not been disposed of properly, fire officials said.
A thief stole a number of belongings from a Wallingford resident's car while he was in the middle of loading it for a hiking trip then returned to do it again while the victim was out looking for him, according to the Seattle Police Department.
A woman was run over by her own car after a carjacker stole it out from under her Tuesday night in Wallingford, according to the Seattle Police Department.
An alert dog and a quick-acting father worked together to apprehend an intruder before he could sneak into the rooms of the man's sleeping daughters last week in Wallingford, according to the Seattle Police Department.
When asked if he was going to pay his tab, a patron at a bar in Wallingford said no in the most needlessly antagonistic way before eventually assaulting the bartender's partner, according to the Seattle Police Department.
Almost a year after the state privatized liquor sales, more and more small, independent stores around the Puget Sound region are going under. They complain they can't compete with big retail and grocery stores.
A fire at warehouse near Lake Union causd some initial concern for Seattle firefighters Saturday afternoon because it contained huge tubs with an unknown substance.
A battle is brewing between residents in Seattle's Wallingford neighborhood, the city and a well known developer, and it all centers around a proposed apartment complex.
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.
A 53-year-old Wallingford woman was arrested early Thursday after allegedly attacking her roommate with a hammer, hatchet and broken board for some reason or other.
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.
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.
A day after it was announced that Seattle's annual Fourth of July fireworks show along Lake Union was canceled due to lack of money, an effort is under way to resurrect the event.