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.
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.
Washington's new Secretary of Transportation inherited a truckload of problems, from bridges being built with cracked pontoons to an unprecedented level of disciplinary notices for employees.
A local family is recovering from a frighteningly close call as federal investigators try to figure out what caused a small plane to crash into their Woodinville home Saturday.
A small plane crashed into a home Saturday near Woodinville, killing one of the two men aboard and critically injuring the other, police said.
A handful of city leaders are asking the state to step in and take action to address the impacts proposed tolling on the I-90 Bridge could have on the communities at the north end of Lake Washington.
Since its creation, King County's 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness has focused on providing permanent, affordable housing options for those living on the streets. But after a recent review, some argue the plan fails to meet the emergency needs of the county's homeless population and it's time for a change.
Local pediatrician discusses feeding infants solid foods as early as 4 months.
The City of Woodinville is in the process of updating its permitting requirements. By the middle of this month all reports, documents and plans must be submitted to city officials electronically.
King County housing officials say looming federal budget cuts are keeping them from issuing Section 8 housing vouchers to hundreds of families in need.
The City of Woodinville is considering using city funds to install an unknown number of surveillance cameras in the city's parks and on its streets to help investigate crimes despite public outcry over a similar plan in Seattle.