The Washington state Supreme Court won't block an initiative that would limit the Legislature's ability to raise taxes from appearing on the November ballot.
State regulators say a vessel that sank at a Port Orchard marina this week has spilled far more fuel and oil into Puget Sound than initially thought.
Boeing already has the Dreamliner. Now it also has the Starliner.
A decision is expected soon in the case of an unarmed Mexican man who was shot to death by Pasco police in February.
A hit-and-run accident has left an Auburn couple with severe injuries and unable to work. Now the Washington State Patrol is asking the public for help to find the driver responsible for the accident.
A teen suspected of shooting two other teens near an Everett elementary school Thursday night has been arrested following an hours-long standoff.
A judge ordered the release of text messages between a 15-year-old girl and her ex-boyfriend in the days before he fatally shot four classmates - messages that reportedly dealt with the tumultuous end of their relationship.
A pre-dawn fire heavily damaged a Planned Parenthood clinic early Friday in Washington state, and the Inland Northwest Joint Terrorism Task Force is trying to determine whether it was arson.
A 60-year-old man whose penis became so infected it was amputated has filed a $9 million lawsuit against an Oregon nursing home, alleging gross negligence.
Sheriffs say they may have located a suspect in a Thursday night shooting near an Everett elementary school that sent two teenagers to the hospital.
Seattle educators voted Thursday night to go on a strike Wednesday if a tentative contract agreement hasn't been reached between the union and the school district before then.
The family photos in David Cook's home show two handsome sons smiling.
The wife and children of a Mexican man shot to death by police in Pasco, Washington, for throwing rocks have filed a federal court lawsuit against the city and other defendants.
A North Bend man accused of fatally shooting a childhood friend while showing off a pistol he knew had been recalled has been charged with manslaughter.
Judge Vance D. Day is under investigation by the Oregon Commission on Judicial Fitness and Disability because he won’t perform the marriages, his spokesman Patrick Korten confirmed to KATU.