Police say the child did the right thing by screaming and yelling, and what the Albertsons store employees did next earned them high honors.
Cell phone video has surfaced of a brutal assault that occurred near Pike Place Market Friday night.
Security experts say it's not a matter of "if" but "when" a cyber-terrorist attack or intrusion will take place on our critical infrastructure and the Puget Sound is a prime target.
Police are looking for whoever set a children's playground in Everett on fire this weekend.
Gun control group Washington Ceasefire tried to put the ads on buses in King, Snohomish, and Pierce counties, but only got the green light in King County.
A former teacher's aide and assistant football coach at Mountlake Terrace High School was about to be fired when he resigned in January, and the school district says it all began when a student accused him of making inappropriate sexual comments.
One of the most ambitious development projects in years means the skyline is about to grow in Bellevue, as the long-awaited expansion of The Bellevue Collection gets the nod to move forward.
Chris Hansen is not going away in his pursuit of bringing the NBA back to Seattle
The U.S. Coast Guard says it is helping a fishing boat that caught fire off the Washington coast.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has signed a bill that would provide more environmental protections against derelict vessels in Washington's waterways.
Singer Sara Gazarek didn't grow up with a lot of exposure to jazz -- after all, Seattle is really known more for grunge (and, recently, hip-hop) than for crooning voices and downtown piano bars. But when she joined the jazz choir in high school, she fell in love with the genre. Now, she's an award-winning performer with a new album, who's using her star power to inspire future generations of musicians -- or at least help students understand a genre that often feels elusive.
For the first time, Utah police said they believe Susan Powell's brother-in-law was "heavily involved" in getting rid of her body.
Since February, Seattle Police Department officers patrolling the east and southwest parts of the city have been getting daily "crime forecasts" showing where and when crime is most likely to happen. Now, the department is taking that program citywide.
A teacher from a private Jewish Orthodox elementary school in South Seattle has pleaded not guilty to charges of child molestation.
Schools near Bothell and Maltby were briefly locked down Monday morning as police hunted for a suspect in a black Audi who sped away after he was interrupted burglarizing a home, then collided with a motorcycle.
One person was killed and two were critically injured in a three-vehicle crash Monday morning on Highway 101 near Sequim, the Washington State Patrol reports.
The FBI said Monday that no one has been arrested after last week's discovery of a pair of letters containing the deadly poison ricin in Spokane, but the agency remained tight-lipped about the investigation and a weekend raid at a downtown apartment building.
Two people were robbed at gunpoint while playing video games at GameWorks in downtown Seattle last week.