One man was injured after rescuing his kids from a fire at a duplex Monday night south of Everett, officials said.
The driver of an SUV is lucky to be alive after the vehicle took a huge hit from an Amtrak train in South Seattle, police said.
Western Washington University canceled classes on Tuesday because of threats over the weekend against minorities posted on YikYak, an anonymous social media platform populated by college students.
Boeing Co. officials say several workers have been fired and disciplined for "inappropriate personal behavior."
Starbucks is setting new records for going green. The Seattle-based environmentally conscious coffee company now has more than 700 "LEED certified" energy efficient stores - more than any other retailer in the world.
Authorities have arrested a Kennewick man on suspicion of abusing his infant stepson.
A Washington State Patrol trooper is back on the job after getting hit by a car while on patrol. It's the third time trooper Sean Carr has been hit by a car in the past two years.
The Port of Seattle unveiled new debris detection technology at Sea-Tac Airport on Monday that will make it safer for airplanes to take off and land.
A drive-by shooting has ignited a call for more beat officers on Capitol Hill.
The state health department and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are investigating E. coli illnesses linked to chicken salad purchased at area Costco stores in Washington last month.
Seattle Police are raising safety concerns ahead of Friday's annual tree lighting ceremony and other holiday festivities at Westlake Center.
A semi truck rollover accident created quite the mess on the on-ramp from northbound Highway 167 to southbound Interstate 405.
What was already looking like a pretty wimpy snow event now looks like a pretty nothing snow event, although it is still expected to be fairly cold, with strong winds up north.