Puget Sound drivers need to be prepared for an extended commute home Tuesday as President Barack Obama arrives in town during the evening rush hour for a quick visit to raise funds for the Democratic National Committee.
With marijuana officially legal and available to all Washington adults, there is now a growing call for the marijuana industry to do more to warn people about what's actually in the edible pot-infused products they're buying.
It's been a year since a hit-and-run driver nearly killed a Seattle teenager, and the boy's mom says her son has defied doctors' grim predictions that he might never wake from his coma.
A South Park man is being held without bail after investigators say he murdered his mother and stepfather and then disposed of their bodies near the Duwamish River.
These 13 men and women are the newest additions to the Washington State Department of Corrections' list of most-wanted sex offenders.
A Renton man accused causing a deadly booze-filled boat crash last week on Lake Washington was in court Monday to face two criminal charges.
Families who lost almost everything in a massive apartment complex fire are struggling to rebuild their lives.
Four years after a mountain goat fatally gored a hiker in Olympic National Park, officials are looking at ways to manage mountain goats to protect public safety and the environment.
The movements of inmates at Coyote Ridge Corrections Center are currently being restricted following two fights between several offenders.
Washington state has lost its latest bid for flexibility under the federal No Child Left Behind law, state officials said Monday.
A Vancouver woman spent 12 hours trapped in a car with her dead passenger before being found by a hitchhiker after an accident near Cannon Beach on Sunday, Oregon State Police said.
It showed up almost overnight; a so-called hunting cabin that locals say looms over their peaceful valley.
Police say a drunk driver went on a rampage through downtown Seattle on Friday evening that ended when his stolen car broke down in front of police headquarters.
The Seattle Police Department is investigating two shot-up targets found around Capitol Hill this month, including one left outside the offices of the League of Women Voters.