A 19-year-old woman who was rescued from a fiery weekend car crash on I-90 wants to find -- and thank -- the heroes who pulled her out of her burning car.
These 14 suspects are the newest additions to the Washington State Department of Corrections' list of wanted violent offenders.
Boeing plans to move most of its defense and support-related services from Washington state to cities that include Oklahoma City and St. Louis.
Is chocolate left, right or center? Does Visine get the red (state) out?
For the second time in less than a week, a suspected thief was killed in a deadly crash following a police chase.
Drink, cook, brush your teeth -- the tap water on Mercer Island is once again safe to drink after an E. coli scare.
A 43-year-old Marysville man was sentenced Monday to nine years in prison for possessing more than 14,000 photos and 1,700 videos of children being raped and abused.
A tenacious Capitol Hill resident flat-out refused to let a car prowler escape, continuing to struggle with him even after being punched multiple times in the face and eventually detaining him for officers, according to the Seattle Police Department.
Changes to a popular waterfront street in Snohomish County are hitting some speed bumps when it comes to public opinion.
It’s been nearly four years since police said Daniel Butts shot and killed Rainier police Chief Ralph Painter.
Businesses and residents in several counties in central Washington affected by summer wildfires may be eligible for disaster loans under a new disaster declaration.
The University of Washington's medical school will now accept students enrolled in the federal program that allows youth brought to the United States illegally as children protection from deportation.
When it comes to coffee or espresso drinks, people in Western Washington are typically a bit pickier about their java than others.
A 3-year-old who had been "whooped" by his father and later had to be hospitalized for his injuries was found wandering alone along Pacific Avenue in Tacoma, according to charges filed in Pierce County Superior Court.
Officers in central Oregon say a suspect they tried to collar at a traffic stop drove too fast for pursuing officers, but eventually he was just too fragrant.