A 9-year-old boy who disappeared from Seattle with his father was found safe Wednesday on an island in the South Pacific.
The high school girl hit by a Federal Way school bus earlier this month is in serious condition in the intensive care unit at Harborview Medical Center with her family by her side.
Puyallup police say they discovered an illegal marijuana grow inside a building owned by the city's deputy mayor.
A teacher who tried to intervene to stop a school shooting in Washington state last week says she reacted just as any of her colleagues would have.
Two weeks after a Seattle woman's cellphone photo led to a charge against a man accused of groping her, police say a group of women helped chase down a man accused of groping multiple women in downtown Seattle.
Washington judges have begun holding the state's health services agency in contempt and are ordering sanctions for each day the state fails to provide competency evaluations and treatment for mentally ill people held in county jails.
Classes resume Monday at Marysville-Pilchuck High School for students, teachers and administrators who have been planning for a new routine after last Friday's deadly shooting. But some students remain fearful of returning to class due to continuing threats.
A Tacoma mailman with a history of strange behavior is accused of sexually harassing and assaulting a number of women on his delivery route.
The city of Mercer Island says 400 waters samples tested since Oct. 2 have all been found to be free of E. coli the prompted back-to-back boil water advisories in late September and early October.
After a two-year market closure, China will once again buy Washington apples.
Brittany Maynard, a 29-year-old terminally ill woman who plans to take her life under Oregon's death-with-dignity law, has fulfilled a wish on her bucket list: She visited the Grand Canyon.
The City Council meeting in Montesano was forced to recess minutes after it started Tuesday night when a council member who is deaf said she could not understand the sign language interpreter.
School districts may be able to hire teachers who do a better job in the classroom if they change the way they screen job applicants, a new study has found.