A 2-alarm fire is burning an apartment building atop Queen Anne Hill, sending a large smoke plume over Queen Anne and the surrounding Seattle area.
An Everett sailor who attacked an immigrant cab driver and after calling him a terrorist was sentenced Thursday to six months in jail.
A Seattle man was indicted on murder and terrorism charges Thursday for allegedly shooting a New Jersey college student last year in a fit of rage over the U.S. government's role in the Middle East, which authorities said is the first time a terror charge has been brought in the state in connection with a murder case.
The joy of buying her first home was shattered after a Des Moines woman discovered somebody once used her backyard as a personal landfill.
Police said the shooting happened just before 4:30 p.m. at 24th and Spring. Officers and medics rushed to the scene to find the person already had died.
The City of Lynnwood is about to face the first test of its new ban on the sale and discharge of personal fireworks.
Late Wednesday night, the 2004 Schweizer 300c went down in the field and burst into flames on a routine training flight. The instructor and student onboard didn’t survive the crash.
A Whatcom County Sheriff's deputy is being credited with potentially saving a number of lives by preventing a runaway UPS delivery truck from smashing into other cars and people Tuesday afternoon.
There is a dangerous prank going around that results in people unwittingly calling 911 and tying up emergency phone lines.
An SUV slammed into a Seattle office building after a collision with another vehicle Thursday morning, emergency officials said.
After conducting a months-long investigation, police served search warrants Thursday on every unit of a Mount Vernon apartment complex.
A Western State Hospital mental patient who went missing Wednesday was later found dead inside a portable toilet, police said.
The death of a Clallam County woman who died this spring was due to an undetected measles infection, the Washington State Department of Health announced Thursday.
A woman found not guilty by reason of insanity in the 2003 stabbing death of her former boyfriend will not be getting out of the state mental hospital soon.