A traffic backup late Wednesday afternoon on Interstate 84 in Portland was one part pre-Thanksgiving holiday crush and one part labor pains.
There's a blackout which prevents people in Washington from cashing in on deals from the world's largest e-tailer, just as the holiday shopping season is about to start.
A 31-year-old man is now facing a number of charges after we was caught with a cache of weapons, ammunition, and explosive materials in his backpack and vehicle during the Ferguson decision protests in Seattle on Monday, police said.
A woman died early Wednesday morning and her husband remains in critical condition after the couple was found shot in an Oregon City driveway the day before. Police are investigating the incident as domestic violence, and officials said they think the husband was the shooter.
Vancouver, Washington, police officers responding to a report of a fire and domestic disturbance at an apartment complex fatally shot a man who they say refused to drop what appeared to be an AR-15 style weapon.
A local family wants the governor's office to help change state law after their son died from an injury while he was in day care.
Mac McPherson is one of the few people buried by the Oso mudslide to live to tell about it. He now reflects on what he lost and where he stands 8 months later.
City officials in Issaquah are trying to find the owner of a totem pole that was found partially submerged in the Issaquah Creek.
Former Seattle Supersonic Robert Swift is now a wanted man after failing to show up in court Wednesday.
The new levee on the Puyallup River in Orting survived its first big test with flying colors. Yesterday's flooding was the 4th biggest since 1962 and officials say it could have inundated parts of the town. Instead, Orting is high and dry.
If there were ever a day to try to play weather bingo, this Thanksgiving weekend may be the time. So grab your cards, don't forget the Free Space, and here we go:
Detectives have arrested a group of three North Seattle high schoolers they believe to be responsible for the theft of seven cars from an Edmonds car dealership on Sunday night.
The Washington apple industry is losing tens of millions of dollars weekly in sales because of the longshoremen's work slowdown at West Coast ports over contract negotiations.
An Everett man has made an unprecedented public disclosure request in Snohomish County.
A Bitter Lake home was destroyed by fire Tuesday night, and police said it appears the house contained an extensive hash oil extraction lab.