The King County sheriff's office has released surveillance video of the Elephant Man Bandit, a serial bank robber who's held up three local banks in the past month.
The Woodinville-based company started with one rowing machine in 1985. It has grown from a $20 million to a $400 million fitness equipment maker selling dozens of weight machines, treadmills and ellipticals in 37 countries with dozens of compeititors in every gym.
The Seattle Safe Streets Task Force is searching for a serial bank robber known as the Elephant Man Bandit because of the material he wears over his head, according to the FBI's Seattle Division.
A man believed to be in his 60s died following a collision with a car in Woodinville this morning.
According to the King County Prosecutor's Office, four young men wasted no time taking advantage of privatized liquor sales, stealing nearly $16,000 worth of hard alcohol starting the day after it became available in grocery stores.
Wayland Cossey is pleading to the community for help to find whoever it was that killed his 71-year-old father, and King County Sheriff's detectives say they're trying to identify whoever mailed critical pieces of evidence to the murder victim's house.
The man convicted of brutally murdering a popular Woodinville school teacher was sentenced Friday to 30 years in prison.
A homicide investigation has been launched after the discovery of a body in the home owned by the man who packed the parachutes for infamous airplane hijacker D.B. Cooper.
Police are not releasing the victim's name yet, but are expected to Monday afternoon.
The man accused in the brutal beating death of a popular Woodinville school teacher was found guilty Monday of second degree murder.
Millions of dollars and six years later, the state has very little to show for a privately-owned vocational school set up to train injured workers for new careers.
King County sheriff's detectives say they're trying to identify whoever mailed the credit cards and driver's license of a Woodinville homicide victim to his family.
Another measure seeking to control gun violence failed in the state Legislature on Wednesday, with senators deciding not to vote on a bill that would have required people to surrender their weapons when they are placed under a restraining order.
A Washington state Senate committee heard testimony Thursday on a bill to open up need-based student financial aid to illegal immigrants.