Lynnwood police are investigating a stolen SUV that crashed on southbound Interstate 5 and Northgate Way just before 5 a.m. Saturday morning.
The small central Washington town of Conconully is using its history to prepare for the Carlton Complex of fires should conditions drastically change this weekend. Temperatures are expected to warm back up, officials said. That will likely dry out grass and brush across the region.
A series of unanswered questions about the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 shows the limits of U.S. intelligence-gathering even when it is intensely focused.
Federal officials say 50 immigrant children are being relocated from the Mexican border to Oregon, and Gov. John Kitzhaber says they are welcome.
Tens of thousands of drivers park their cars for the eight to ten hours they're away at work in Park and Ride transit lots around Puget Sound. Unfortunately, car thieves know that too.
Tacoma Police are hoping to catch a pair of thieves who ripped off a fisherman's boat -- a boat used to raise money for local children's charities.
Scott Badgley was waiting outside his apartment for a mattress delivery in South Lake Union Friday afternoon when he heard commotion coming from inside a UPS truck.
The Washington Department of Ecology is fining a seafood company more than $112,000 for an oil spill caused by the accidental sinking of its vessel, the Clam Digger, in July 2013 near Anacortes.
Diving with sharks may not sound like a wish that most of us would pursue, but one young man battling a brain tumor had his Make-A-Wish come true which was exactly that.
An independent commission has been assigned the job of examining the emergency disaster response to the March 22 Oso mudslide.
Police say a toddler crashed a Jeep into an Oregon home, then ran back to his home to watch cartoons.
The Secretary of State's office has certified that a ballot initiative to decrease public school class sizes has enough qualified signatures to make the November ballot.
Forgotten but not gone, those airplane fuselages so unceremoniously dumped onto the side of the Clark Fork River west of Alberton on July 3 remain at Rivulet in varying states of dismemberment.
A Seattle start-up company with an unusual name believes there's a superhero in all of us.