A Tacoma mailman accused of delivering more than just the mail pleaded not guilty Thursday to a number of sexually-motivated crimes.
Dozens of police officers surrounded a building at the Everett Boeing plant Thursday night after getting multiple reports of a gunman on the loose.
A feisty group of grannies blocked traffic Thursday in the hopes of derailing the surge in the number of oil trains traveling across our state. The concern is that an oil train could crash and explode.
Investigators are trying to figure out who broke into two of the three fire stations belonging to the Big Lake Fire Department, stealing life-saving equipment and causing thousands of dollars in damage to the small town Skagit County department.
A teen accused of bringing a Molotov cocktail to Seattle's Center School on Monday now faces felony charges.
One of the students wounded in last Friday's shooting at Marysville-Pilchuck High School is undergoing surgery Thursday at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.
School district leaders in Edmonds say they've seen a big jump in marijuana-related incidents during the first month of school, and the superintendent wants to remind parents that the drug is still against the law for teens.
Reversing what it called "incorrect and harmful" earlier rulings, the Washington Supreme Court said Thursday the state cannot put the burden on rape defendants to prove that an alleged victim consented.
A Douglas County sheriff's spokesman says a 20-year-old woman has been fatally shot by her father while the two were hunting in southern Oregon.
Worried federal and local authorities have launched an investigation after 30 pistols and other equipment for high-powered rifles was stolen from a Lakewood gun store this week.
A number of Seattle schools were sheltering in place while the Seattle Police Department searched Wedgwood for a bank robber Thursday afternoon.
The state attorney general's office has accused a 55-year-old Mason County man of using an excavator to fill and divert the Tahuya River without a permit.
A very special -- and surprise -- presentation was made to the Oak Harbor High School football team Wednesday evening by the players at Marysville Pilchuck High School.
A man who was quite the late-night entrepreneur was arrested early Sunday in Belltown after offering to sell a group of people drugs and a gun, according to the Seattle Police Department.