Authorities say a Washington state man who was killed by police on a busy Minnesota freeway was repeatedly stabbing himself in the moments before the shooting, then charged at officers with a knife.
Drivers in Magnolia will get an early holiday present as the West Emerson overpass will reopen Friday evening, Seattle Department of Transportation officials said.
A fake bloody chainsaw. A grenade gag gift. A blade to skin an animal. They're all holiday presents that have held people up at airport security. During the busiest travel days before Christmas, the On Your Side Investigators reveal what will and won't get confiscated by TSA screeners at Portland International Airport.
A British Columbia woman is under arrest for allegedly trying to carry $900,000 worth of cocaine from Seattle to Canada.
State officials say one person in Washington has been sickened from prepackaged caramel apples linked to several deaths nationwide.
Police have arrested three people accused of breaking into a Snohomish County rental car business and stealing cars.
The state of Washington has reached an agreement with a foster parents group to settle a federal lawsuit by providing about $8.5 million per year in additional funding for the state's estimated 10,000 foster children.
T-Mobile US will pay up to $90 million, mostly in refunds, for billing customers for cellphone text services they didn't order, under a settlement with federal regulators.
Police arrested 50 people this week in a gang sweep across the Tri-Cities, prompted by a wave of recent shootings.
Here's one takeaway from the Cowlitz County sheriff's office account of a woman's arrest: hiding in a clothes dryer may not be a successful strategy.
The head of Yakima's Utilities and Engineering Department has been suspended for two weeks without pay for using her work phone to send too many personal messages.
Savvy Seattle-area real estate agents have gained an advantage by paying attention to the growing connections between China and Washington state.
A state trooper struck two pedestrians with his patrol car early Friday, but neither of the pedestrians were seriously hurt, the Washington State Patrol reports.