Complaints of underfed horses suffering from fungal infections led Animal Control officers to a Snohomish County horse owner's farm.
A baby's mother pleaded not guilty to murder and mistreatment charges that a U.S. attorney said stemmed from what she called the worst example of child neglect she's ever seen.
The Grant County Health District says some Moses Lake children are getting precautionary rabies shots after they were found playing with several dead bats.
College students in Washington state say they need Congress to give them affordable student loans at a rate they can depend on, instead of a yearly debate on rising interest rates.
A corrections officer at the Monroe prison had to be taken to the hospital Wednesday afternoon after he was struck by an inmate, officials said.
An Everett man was arrested Thursday for allegedly assaulting his 5-week-old baby girl, leaving her in serious condition with likely brain damage and vision impairment.
The nation's record-low teen birth rate stems from robust declines in nearly every state, but most dramatically in several Mountain States and among Hispanics, according to a new government report.
The sharp eyes of a doggie day care worker helps a pooch find its way back to its owners
A young woman who was shot during a Wednesday night gun battle in Renton has died of her injuries, and the shooting is now classified as a homicide, police said.
Next time you need a ride around town, you'll notice there are scores of new options -- not just a taxicab.
After four weeks at the Seattle Animal Shelter, Zipper the dog has been returned to his owners after an investigation by the shelter showed that while he had been left alone for a few hours, no crime had been committed.
Investigators say they've busted a ring of tax cheats that swindled the state out of as much as $3 million in car taxes.
A Mill Creek man was sentenced to more than two decades in prison Thursday for producing child pornography.
The city will be hiring two full-time park rangers to patrol Cal Anderson Park, as well as Occidental Square, after a string of high-profile violent crimes in recent weeks.
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and most statewide elected officials and lawmakers won't get a pay raise this year, but judges will see a salary hike.