A Coast Guard air crew will be honored during a tribute dinner in Seattle Wednesday for saving the lives of four fishermen whose boat sank in the choppy waters off Alaska's Yakutat Bay.
After a day's work prepping for the start of classes, hundreds of Seattle school teachers grabbed picket signs and marched in front of nine high schools, hoping to pressure the district into making a better contract offer.
A local man's sign -- warning of a speed trap -- has been dubbed illegal and could end up costing him $138.
A couple in Snohomish County watched Wednesday as a massive tree that fell and essentially split their home in half during a weekend storm was finally removed.
The 16-year-old boy accused of shooting a man in Pioneer Square on Saturday and then trying to escape juvenile detention was charged as an adult on Wednesday for crimes related to those events.
An elderly couple was found dead Wednesday evening inside their rural Whatcom County home.
Disputes and delays could put the brakes on plans to build a new $162 million courthouse in Everett.
A Sumner man with a long history of arrests for car thefts and prowls is in jail after a wild morning confrontation with a customer at a gas station.
The Pierce County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of a 27-year-old female inmate at the Pierce County Jail.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is following through on its promise to propose a new clean-water rule for Washington, in case the state doesn't come up with its own plan in time.
Police need your help finding a Yakima man who was last seen leaving work July 31.
An Olympia police officer who shot two men accused of stealing beer earlier this year will face no charges, Thurston County Prosecutor Jon Tunheim said Wednesday.
A 79-year old family-run business is the latest Seattle company to announce their building will be demolished to make way for new development.
Seattle police and Animal Shelter officers rescued dozens of animals Wednesday from what they call "squalid conditions" inside a University District townhouse.
Washington state is suing the federal government again over cleanup at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation - this time over the danger posed to workers by vapor releases from underground waste-storage tanks.