A student who was just feet away when a 16-year-old gunman opened fire inside Lacey's North Thurston High School Monday morning said she could see "anger and hatred in his eyes."
A heart-stopping video from inside a Graham school bus shows a speeding driving coming within inches of mowing down three school children.
The Washington State Patrol says two people were injured when a street sweeper and semitrailer collided on State Route 167 in south King County Monday morning.
A woman told police Sunday that after being robbed in the U-District Saturday, the bandits contacted her on Facebook in an effort to elicit the pass code for her phone they stole.
Bailey Meola and Sydney Schumacher, both 19, were trekking the Langtang Valley in Nepal when the earthquake hit, their families said Monday.
The captain and presumed owner of a 25-foot sailboat that washed ashore on April 22 at the Mukilteo Boat Launch is nowhere to be found, and the city says it will soon impound the vessel.
An 85-year-old Everett woman says scammers picked on the wrong person when they called her.
A mixed martial arts fighter who collapsed after an amateur bout in Aberdeen on Saturday remains in critical condition at Harborview Medical Center in Seattle.
State officials say two inmates who jumped a fence at a minimum-security prison in Coos County have been recaptured.
A high school teacher being hailed as a hero for tackling a student gunman at North Thurston High School Monday morning said he's relieved everyone is safe and that he reacted no differently than anyone else would.
An Auburn man was sentenced Monday to nearly eight years in prison for sexually trafficking two women in Washington and Oregon.
The Legislature needs more time to figure out a state education budget before it can properly reply to a contempt order from the Washington Supreme Court, the state attorney general told the high court Monday.
Budget negotiators returned to the Capitol for a meeting with Gov. Jay Inslee ahead of a midweek start of a special session that could last up to 30 days.
Investigators found over $50,000 in stolen property on Thursday when they searched a Vancouver storage unit.