Two of the three juveniles suspected with using a gun to threaten a Metro bus driver are in custody Sunday.
Yakima police say a 24-year-old man was fatally shot by an officer after the man rammed several police vehicles and attempted to flee.
Olympia police say a man armed with a gun and wearing a mask robbed a Toys R Us on Saturday.
Friday was National Day of Silence. It's where students take some form of silence to call attention to the bullying of the LGBT community in schools.
A Lake Tapps couple landed at Sea-Tac Airport Saturday after a harrowing road trip that nearly took their lives. Bonnie and Joe Duran were driving on I-5 north of Sacramento when a FedEx truck swiped their car, then barreled head-on into a tour bus of teenagers.
Police have arrested a man believed to have caused a violent crash near downtown Puyallup Saturday night.
A 3-year-old boy is in critical condition Sunday morning after being hit by a semi-truck Saturday afternoon.
Medical officials predict an aging population and expanded health coverage under the Affordable Care Act will contribute to doctor shortages across the nation. In response to the projected need, Washington State University has begun exploring the feasibility of opening a medical school on its Spokane campus.
Relatives and friends gathered at three funerals today, including those for 13-year-old Jovon Mangual and 2-year-old Brooke Spillers. Meanwhile, volunteers and searchers continued their work in Oso.
Chelan County is suing its former bank, Bank of America, over $600,000 in losses from an international cybertheft last year.
A woman from south-central Washington said she's not giving up her court fight after judges in three counties blocked the release of information about low-level sex offenders under the state's Public Records Act.
A 911 call from a man claiming to have shot and killed his girlfriend prompted a SWAT response in Renton around 11:50 a.m. on Saturday.
A powerful magnitude-7.6 earthquake triggered large waves in the Solomon Islands on Sunday, and authorities were trying to determine if there was any serious damage or injuries.
Starting July 1, Idaho's public college students can pack more than just homework and pencils to class - those with enhanced concealed-carry permits will be allowed to carry guns.