It wasn't emergency calls that first rattled Greg Corn. It was his grandson on the line telling him about the shooting.
A Pierce County family is in need of a new wheelchair accessible van to get their daughter, a quadriplegic, to much needed therapy, medical appointments and school.
In newly-released audio recordings, the man credited with stopping a gunman at Seattle Pacific University shares his story about the deadly day in June.
A missing Eastside man is 'gnome' at last.
Nearly every day, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission issues a recall alert about products that could cause property damage, serious injury and even death. Yet, a joint Problem Solver investigation with ABC News finds most recall warnings never reach consumers.
Folks who suffered through the Oso slide the devastating fires of Eastern Washington are pleading with state lawmakers for help in preventing the next disaster.
The number of immigrants in Washington state who could be affected by President Barack Obama's immigration executive action could be more than 100,000.
An Oregon ballot measure that would require labels for genetically engineered foods may be heading for an automatic recount.
Responding to criticism leveled at him last week, Gov. Jay Inslee on Thursday challenged two Republican senators to "do more than just criticize and mischaracterize" actions being considered to reduce carbon pollution.
A man who has been in prison for nearly two decades walked out of an Olympia courtroom as a free man Thursday, two years after his supposed victim recanted allegations that he molested her.
Will they or won't they? The Seattle Police Chief is expected to decide in the next few days if SPD will move forward with a pilot project to try out body cameras. The dilemma? How they'll handle requests for thousands of hours of police videos.
Firefighters had to move over 50 dairy cows to safety Thursday morning after a hay fire broke out at at Andersen Dairy Farm.
Three people are under arrest following a short police chase in Kent.
A locally produced video of older ladies smoking pot has gone viral. Michael Gaston, director of "Grandmas Smoking Weed For the First Time" says the video garnered 3 million views during its first 12 hours online.
The Washington Parks and Recreation Commission has approved expansion of downhill skiing on Mount Spokane.