City leaders are pushing for a permanent fix to the problem of maintaining and expanding the park system, but some worry the solution headed to the ballot could be like handing the city a blank check.
City leaders are trying to rein in a recent construction trend that puts big, multi-story homes on undersized lots.
Thieves hot a well known West Seattle restaurant recently, but they didn't steal cash. Instead, they stole what emplyees call the heart and soul of Endolyne Joe's - a three-feet high wooden statue of a pig named Danny.
A highly intoxicated man claims he was beaten up -- suffering a compound fracture to his arm in the process -- for being a Seahawks fan early Saturday in West Seattle.
Mayor Ed Murray held a first-ever summit on police reforms and says the meeting led to a breakthrough agreement on how to move forward.
Some ferry commuters were inconvenienced and delayed Monday morning after another ferry cancellation.
A passing driver became a hero when he saw a woman being mugged late Saturday night in West Seattle and stopped his car, scaring off the would-be purse-snatcher, according to the Seattle Police Department.
An alleged pimp who already spent time in prison for promoting prostitution in 2009 has been indicted on new charges of sex trafficking and transporting a victim for purposes of prostitution, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
A Wednesday night police chase ended with a violent head-on crash on the West Seattle Bridge.
The Normandy Park caretaker accused of fatally shooting his 96-year-old client and viciously beating the man's granddaughter was charged Tuesday with first degree murder and first degree assault.
Kids may be getting mixed messages about the dangers of drugs and alcohol, now that voters in Washington State have decriminalized pot for adults and privatized liquor.
Police have a suspect in custody following the investigation of a fatal shooting at a home in the 18500 block of Normandy Terrace SW, Saturday.
An accident during a birthday slumber party left a young girl suffering from life-threatening injuries in West Seattle Friday night.
Relatives of a man hit and killed by a car took part in a march they believe will save the lives of other pedestrians.
The violent sex offender who was arrested after fleeing from Canada to Seattle last year has pleaded guilty to harassment and resisting arrest. But he could face more charges after an investigation by King County officials.