A baby is in the hospital Tuesday morning but is expected to recover after falling 12 feet of a window.
The Washington Supreme Court is set to hear arguments Tuesday in a case filed by three sex trafficking victims who say the website Backpage.com helps promote the exploitation of children.
A woman known to library staff as Sunshine set fire to a number of books at the Tacoma Public Library Saturday in an effort to burn it down, according to charges filed in Pierce County Superior Court.
Radiation warnings have gone up at a popular Seattle park, and many are worried that the plan to clean up the contamination doesn't go far enough.
Pierce County prosecutors are asking for more time to decide what, if any charges, will be filed against a soldier accused of fatally shooting his wife last week.
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Seattle Police are searching for the thieves who targeted four stores on one corner over a two-day period.
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A drug dealer who left a large bag of marijuana and hallucinogenic mushrooms on a bus Saturday was arrested trying to claim the drugs from Intercity Transit's lost and found, according to the Olympia Police Department.
A 63-year-old man accused of pulling a gun on two would-be robbers and then chasing them down Rainier Avenue before firing several shots will remain behind bars at King County Jail on $500,000 bail.
Police in Eugene, Oregon, say a 23-year-old woman is accused of running over her boyfriend twice in the same day. After the second run-in, officers say she gave him a ride to the hospital.
Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson sent a letter Monday to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee urging passage of a bill targeting sex trafficking on the Internet.
Washington's insurance commissioner has ordered all companies selling health insurance in the state to review their mental health policies in the wake of a Washington Supreme Court decision earlier this month.
A 24-year-old Vancouver man accused of killing his newborn son because the infant was fussy appeared in court Monday and was ordered held on $750,000 bail for investigation of murder.
Kelcie Huntley will recover, her family said, but she has a broken nose, a broken cheek and a fractured pelvis.