Corgi owners around the nation are rallying around a slain Bellingham dog, calling for the harshest penalty for the man charged with killing Molly, a Pembroke Welsh corgi.
The Mormon church's family history research center is launching a social media campaign encouraging youngsters around the world to share their best stories about their grandmothers.
More than 80 men responded within three hours to an ad on social media that was written by an undercover Eugene police detective pretending to be a teenage girl.
It's not as fast as buying a pair of shoes on Amazon.com, but a new app allows women to get a prescription for birth control pills by simply touching an icon on their smart phone.
The Snohomish County Sheriff's office says a search and rescue dog that worked in the Oso mudslide has been found safely, swimming in a pool.
One man died and another was injured after a single-car crash in Kirkland.
Gov. John Kitzhaber has invoked the Emergency Conflagration Act so the state fire marshal can mobilize resources to protect homes threatened by a wildfire west of Portland.
Bishop Blase Cupich, who has struck a moderate tone on divisive social issues, was appointed the archbishop of Chicago on Saturday, succeeding a cardinal with an aggressive approach to the culture wars.
Police say a 24-year-old man died after shootout in downtown Seattle overnight, and the second gunman managed to flee.
Success has not made the 12th Man soft. A Super Bowl championship has just added more fuel to the already caffeinated fervor of Seattle Seahawks fans.
It looked like any other job fair. Applicants with resumes in hand, exchanging business cards, moved about from one vendor table to another in the events room at the Silver Cloud Hotel in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood.
A Seattle man is facing robbery and assault charges following a South Lake Union crime spree that saw two people stabbed.
At a time when football needs it the most, an act of sheer selflessness and sportsmanship on the field is going viral.
Two Bellingham business owners have until early October to decontaminate more than a dozen meth-laden motel rooms, health officials said. One room was 90 times the legal limit for the drug and had a 10-year old child living there.