Gov. Jay Inslee said Thursday he hopes lawmakers can come to an agreement on the state's teacher-evaluation system before the Legislature adjourns next week.
Ballard’s building boom is hitting a little too close to home for Laurette and Leroy Simmons.
A former Tacoma police detective with Alzheimers allegedly has fallen prey to a suspect stealing from his bank account. That suspect is his ex-wife, herself a former Tacoma police officer. Rhoda Ramirez is charged with 15 counts of identity theft in the case involving Ron Lewis.
The union local that represents about 32,000 Boeing machinists in western Washington has elected a new president.
A fired sheriff's deputy alleged to have stolen drugs while working for the DEA hoped to use a gang of strippers to take over the Shoreline drug trade, federal investigators now contend.
A woman traveling cross-country from Illinois to Alaska became stranded in Washington on Thursday after someone stole her U-Haul from the parking lot of an Everett hotel.
The city electrical utility has threated to cut off power to a home unless the owners remove a box that blocks installation of a smart meter that sends readings wirelessly to City Hall.
A southwest Washington man has pleaded guilty to first-degree murder for strangling his stepfather last September and leaving the body in the house they shared.
Detectives are trying to piece together how a man's body wound up at a Woodinville recycling center on Thursday.
A Nevada man who was caught at the University of Washington in a stolen truck full of stolen weapons, body armor and Molotov cocktails was sentenced Thursday to three years in prison.
A bill that would allow the private sector to fund statewide tourism marketing in Washington is headed to Gov. Jay Inslee's desk.
A 9th grade entrepreneur from from Mercer Island has developed a product aimed at helping kids remember their homework.
Safeway says it has agreed to be acquired by an investment group led by Cerebus Capital Management, the owner of Albertsons and several other supermarket chains.
Jack Phillips admits he's lucky after steel beams crashed through the cab of his semi truck
For nearly two decades Shoreline based Tanks by Dallas has helped those in need from the winter cold from Mount Vernon to Tacoma. But now a thief has put the brakes the generous heating help.