A man wanted on a felony warrant was arrested in Woodinville Wednesday evening, but not before getting a little wet in the process.
A drill rig that could be used for oil drilling in the Arctic will arrive in Port Angeles on Friday and remain there for about two weeks before it heads to Seattle.
Seattle police are getting praised for increasing their presence downtown and cracking down on low level crime after years of being criticized for doing too little.
In a bizarre twist to a violent kidnapping, a Renton couple was stunned to learn the child they were babysitting had been abducted.
The Washington state ferry system says the ferry Tokitae, with 173 people on board, briefly lost power Wednesday evening as it approached Mukilteo.
Minimum wage demonstrators marched on several locations across the state including the campus of Seattle University. They're asking for a $15 an hour minimum wage, up from the current $9.47 which is the highest in the country.
Cross examination continued Wednesday in the penalty phase trial of convicted killer Joseph McEnroe.
A federal appeals court has declined to block the transfer of two elephants from a zoo in Seattle to a new home in Oklahoma City, and it looks like the moving process is now under way.
Republicans in the state Senate said Wednesday they want most teacher salary negotiations to be statewide, with fewer local dollars going to pay educators.
One of the suspects in the 2010 Craigslist killing has been found guilty a second time.
The former treasurer of a Green Lake-area church alleged to have stolen $64,000 after raiding an account earmarked for missionary work now faces a felony theft charge.
Federal regulators have approved an early closure of commercial sardine fishing off Oregon, Washington and California to prevent overfishing.
Washington's unemployment rate dipped to 5.9 percent in March - the first drop in several months.
City officials in Bonney Lake say no demolition work was supposed to take place along a Highway 410 overpass on the day that a concrete barrier fell, crushing a young family as they drove underneath the span in a pickup.
The hard drive of a state worker's laptop computer was damaged when he turned it over as part of a federal investigation involving Washington State Auditor Troy Kelley, but officials say there is no evidence of an intentional effort to destroy data.