Cop killer Christopher Monfort was formally sentenced Thursday to life in prison without parole at a wrenchingly emotional hearing in which the victim's mother tearfully remembered her loving son and Monfort got in one last public rant about police brutality.
It's hot in Seattle again, but Thursday it's a special kind of hot. In fact, you should probably use your best movie trailer voice to read the next sentences:
A federal judge on Thursday ordered Greenpeace USA to pay a fine of $2,500 for every hour that protesters dangling from a bridge in Oregon continue to block a Royal Dutch Shell icebreaker from leaving for oil drilling in the Arctic.
Police are investigating after a burning pickup truck loaded with gas canisters set off a series of explosions that turned a quiet Newcastle neighborhood into a war zone Tuesday evening.
The Port Angeles City Council has decided against asking voters in November whether the city should stop adding fluoride to the city's water system.
Bail has been set at $500,000 for a man accused of a drive-by shooting in Blaine.
One young man was killed and two others injured when someone drove up beside their car and opened fire early Thursday in Federal Way, police said. The suspect remains at large.
Horrified shoppers found the body of a woman Wednesday night inside a busy north Seattle parking garage.
Many fans are upset by what they call a bait-and-switch by a sci-fi convention scheduled to take place this weekend in Seattle.
There have been more than 600 reports of stolen bikes in the City of Seattle in the first six months of this year, but the real number of thefts is likely much higher because many victims don't report the crime.
Detectives who served a search warrant on the home of a suspected identity thief were astonished after the final tally.
Protesters against Arctic drilling rappelled from the St. Johns Bridge early Wednesday morning to set up an aerial blockade of a Shell oil icebreaker in the port for repairs.
The fire danger is growing across Western Washington with temperatures expected to climb into the upper 80s over the coming days, firefighters said.
Jumping off a ferry and into a taxi-cab is proving to be tougher than expected in one part of Seattle.