A candidate for state legislature filed a lawsuit this week, accusing his opponent of running doctored images on television meant to depict him as "lecherous" and a "voyeur."
Record rain has fallen in three Western Washington cities and high winds hit several areas as a strong fall weather system moved across the area.
Students at Seattle's Garfield High School will stage a walkout on Thursday to protest plans to cut one of its teachers. Based on current enrollment numbers, the district said the school must cut one full-time employee by the end of the week.
For Oso and the surrounding communities, the heavy rain is of more concern than usual this year.
A Puyallup mother says a serious crime has occurred, and she won't rest until her son's killer is arrested.
We're continuing our houseboat profiles - and this week it's all about combining elements of our state gem (wood!) in interior and exterior architecture. This particular floating home does it beautifully - and once again we find ourselves forgetting it's not a 'regular' house when looking through these pictures!
The 20-year-old man who shot his 19-year-old wife in the head last week in their Lakewood apartment -- originally claiming it was an accident -- was charged with murder Wednesday, according to the Pierce County Prosecutor's Office.
A federal judge on Wednesday set a March trial date for a lawsuit filed on behalf of mentally ill inmates who say they are waiting months for competency evaluations and treatment.
U.S. tribes told Canadian regulators on Wednesday they're opposed to a proposed pipeline expansion project in Canada that could dramatically increase the number of oil tankers plying West Coast waters.
More than a dozen airline cabin cleaners, along with members of the non-profit group Working Washington, protested in the terminal of Sea-Tac Airport Wednesday over what they say are un-safe working conditions onboard airlines.
Police in our region are cracking down on domestic violence and those who allegedly aren't keeping up with the terms of their releases.
A Romanian princess who helped run a cockfighting enterprise in Oregon has been sentenced to three years of probation and won't have to go to prison.
An Oregon person who identifies as neither a man nor a woman has filed a sex discrimination complaint against a Wisconsin-based wilderness therapy program claiming a job was lost after the person identified as transgender.
Spirit Week at Bellevue High School is running into controversy this year. Some parents feel that one of the celebration's theme days makes a mockery of the Ebola crisis.
A woman suspected of stealing $100 from a stranger on the street reportedly told officers she only did it to show the victim how easy he was making it. Officers did not find this to be a compelling excuse.