The Auburn Police Department is looking for a man suspected of robbing a local bank Tuesday morning while decked out in a comfortable-looking sweat suit and retro shades.
A man who died at the Okanogan County jail was alone in a holding cell, coming off drugs.
Just a week in and Seattle's bike-share program has clocked roughly 4,000 rides with its stable of 500 bikes and netted 1,450 memberships, said Holly Houser, Pronto Cycle Share’s executive director.
A man is in the hospital Thursday morning after he was struck by a car on an Interstate 5 off-ramp in downtown Seattle, police said.
A man and woman were shot early Thursday at a Burien apartment building, and now police are trying to piece together what led to the shooting.
A candidate for state legislature filed a lawsuit this week, accusing his opponent of running doctored images on television meant to depict him as "lecherous" and a "voyeur."
Record rain has fallen in three Western Washington cities and high winds hit several areas as a strong fall weather system moved across the area.
Students at Seattle's Garfield High School will stage a walkout on Thursday to protest plans to cut one of its teachers. Based on current enrollment numbers, the district said the school must cut one full-time employee by the end of the week.
For Oso and the surrounding communities, the heavy rain is of more concern than usual this year.
We're continuing our houseboat profiles - and this week it's all about combining elements of our state gem (wood!) in interior and exterior architecture. This particular floating home does it beautifully - and once again we find ourselves forgetting it's not a 'regular' house when looking through these pictures!
A Puyallup mother says a serious crime has occurred, and she won't rest until her son's killer is arrested.
The 20-year-old man who shot his 19-year-old wife in the head last week in their Lakewood apartment -- originally claiming it was an accident -- was charged with murder Wednesday, according to the Pierce County Prosecutor's Office.
A federal judge on Wednesday set a March trial date for a lawsuit filed on behalf of mentally ill inmates who say they are waiting months for competency evaluations and treatment.
U.S. tribes told Canadian regulators on Wednesday they're opposed to a proposed pipeline expansion project in Canada that could dramatically increase the number of oil tankers plying West Coast waters.
More than a dozen airline cabin cleaners, along with members of the non-profit group Working Washington, protested in the terminal of Sea-Tac Airport Wednesday over what they say are un-safe working conditions onboard airlines.