Police in Lynnwood have recovered a U-Haul truck that was stolen earlier this week from a woman who was on her way to Alaska.
Eight businesses in the heart of Old Bellevue must relocate to make room for progress.
A bill that makes it easier to seal juvenile criminal records after the age of 18, except for the most serious offenses, has passed the Senate.
The Oregon Department of Transportation announced Friday that it's shutting down planning for the Columbia River Crossing project after the state Legislature declined to approve funding to build a new Interstate 5 and light-rail bridge into Washington.
Washington state has issued two more legal marijuana licenses, bringing the total to three.
Southern California authorities have arrested the adult son of a man and woman who were fatally shot in their luxury home in February.
Lawyers for Eastside Catholic School plan to respond to a fired administrator's lawsuit immediately with a motion arguing King County Superior Court does not have jurisdiction to hear the case without violating the First Amendment.
SeaTac police say they thwarted a Friday afternoon bank robbery and arrested the would-be robber before he made off with any cash.
Leanne Potts, a Sequim woman ticketed for entering Olympic National Park during the federal government shutdown last October, had her $125 fine erased by a federal judge this week.
A man suspected of burglarizing and attempting to burglarize at least three homes in Seattle's Wedgwood neighborhood escaped arrest despite an extensive search after being spotted by officers.
Two new mudslides along the Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad tracks north of Seattle have canceled a special game day train to the Seattle Sounders opening match on Saturday night.
The tenstion on the basketball court between Issaquah and Garfield high schools recently turned nasty, with some students accused of throwing out racial comments on Twitter.
An intruder discovered inside the Sigma Kappa Sorority early Friday morning escaped after frightening its residents and is currently on the loose, according to the Seattle Police Department.
A man who broke into the Ferndale police station in December and broke windows while officers were away pleaded guilty to burglary and malicious mischief.
The big drawdown of the reservoir behind Wanapum Dam has stabilized a cracked spillway there, but it's coming at the cost of lost power generation.