After four weeks at the Seattle Animal Shelter, Zipper the dog has been returned to his owners after an investigation by the shelter showed that while he had been left alone for a few hours, no crime had been committed.
One person suffered minor injuries when a pickup truck crashed right into a post office lobby in West Seattle Thursday afternoon.
With guns drawn, a cadre of police officers scoured a West Seattle neighborhood Wednesday evening after a 31-year-old man was shot in the face with a pellet gun.
A man had his laptop stolen by two men armed with a bat late Thursday night in West Seattle, according to the Seattle Police Department.
An alert witness and some pretty bad driving foiled a couple of young car thieves Thursday night in West Seattle, according to the Seattle Police Department.
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.
Juggalos, those ever-popular Internet punching bags, may be responsible for an odd burglary at a South Park senior-living facility that officers were unable to respond to thanks to the May Day goings-on elsewhere.
A Seattle neighborhood plagued by break-ins is considering an unusual tactic to catch the bad guys.
A South Park businessman who was the victim of a violent armed robbery Tuesday morning is crediting a phone call for saving his life.
Amanda Knox says in an interview that what happened to her was "surreal but it could have happened to anyone."
Small dog rescued early Sunday after spending up to six days trapped in a car in a West Seattle parking lot without food or water, will not go back to owner or her boyfriend
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 small dog was rescued early Sunday after spending up to six days trapped in a car in a West Seattle parking lot without food or water, according to the Seattle Police Department.
Amanda Knox says in a new interview that she's sometimes "paralyzed" with anxiety stemming from the death of her roommate in Italy and the trial that saw her convicted, then acquitted, in a case that made headlines across the globe.
Amanda Knox's tell-all book, "Waiting to Be Heard," hits the stores in two weeks, but we're already getting an early look at some of the shocking details about her life behind bars in Italy.