The Legislature has responded to a federal judge's order to cut wait times for crime suspects' mental-health services to seven days or less.
A brief Thursday night police chase in SeaTac ended with a King County sheriff's deputy shooting a teen driver in the head as the teen rammed the deputy's car, pinning his partner.
The passing of a young soccer star is renewing debate over the safety of crumb rubber sports fields.
Authorities are on the hunt for an armed robber who is targeting convenience stores in Parkland and Puyallup. In two weeks the crook has hit four locations and he's still on the run.
A hospital spokeswoman says one of two boys injured in an explosion outside a home in Enumclaw has been upgraded to serious condition.
A family of three was struck by a car while walking along a sidewalk in downtown Seattle, according to police and witnesses.
A truck carrying animal carcasses spilled its load Thursday evening, leaving a stinky mess and creating a traffic backup on I-5 in south Seattle
Employees of a 76-year old general store are going high tech, starting an online campaign to raise money to replace a broken gas pump. It's the only one for miles in this lake town in Snohomish County.
No one was injured this week when someone went on a shooting spree in the Pierce County town of Roy.
A bill to keep state transportation projects moving along has passed the state Senate and is heading to the governor's desk.
The Franklin County prosecutor's office will thoroughly review a massive report on the February killing of an unarmed Mexican man who was shot by police in Pasco, Washington, the head prosecutor says.
A federal agency says the grounding of a Royal Dutch Shell PLC mobile offshore drilling rig in 2012 was due to the company's inadequate assessment of risk involved in a winter tow across the treacherous Gulf of Alaska.
Police say a teenager has been arrested for writing a bomb threat on a piece of paper and leaving it at a school.
She's the first to say it's nothing compared to a diagnosis of brain cancer. But it hurt, nevertheless, when Jessica Oldwyn discovered 33 holes in her front yard where she had just planted lilac bushes.
Gov. Jay Inslee has ordered state lawmakers to reconvene for a second special session and told lawmakers to come to his office Friday morning to continue their negotiations over the state's more than $38 billion two-year operating budget.