A Mountlake Terrace woman was ticketed Wednesday night for breastfeeding while driving, and it's not the first time she's been busted.
Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul, making the first of several Pacific Northwest campaign stops in Seattle, spoke about constitutional issues and dysfunction in the nation's capital.
A Whatcom County man who spent time in federal prison for shining a spotlight at a U.S. Border Patrol Blackhawk helicopter that was flying over his house has been indicted on new charges involving Border Patrol agents, but his wife says he was just trying to get away from them.
The Seward Park swimming beach on Lake Washington will be closed for at least a day following a sewage spill Wednesday morning.
Everyone in Washington state seemed to be part of the "Cougar Nation" on Wednesday as students, politicians, alumni, faculty and staff gathered at Washington State University to remember university President Elson Floyd, who died in June.
Farmers say they have a safe pesticide to keep the shrimp from ruining their oyster farms, but now they can't use it after federal agencies pulled their permit.
A 57-year-old man was arrested Wednesday afternoon for reportedly walking along Interstate 5 near Ridgefield and starting grass fires.
There was an unusual sight on the Green River leading to the Duwamish Waterway this week: Someone actually swimming the entire length.
Police have increased patrols around 3rd Avenue and Pine Street this week after three tourists from Rhode Island were attacked and robbed outside the downtown bus tunnel.
Police say a teenage domestic abuser choked his girlfriend and then fled the scene with three guns Tuesday afternoon in West Seattle.
Oregon will send $402 million back to taxpayers next year after the state collected more than expected in personal-income taxes over the last two years, state economists said Wednesday.
The Coast Guard's search for a missing diver near Cape Flattery has entered its second day.
Smoke from big wildfires burning east of the Cascade Range hurt air quality Wednesday and hampered efforts by crews battling the flames in Washington state.
A partial review of an unfinished nuclear waste treatment plant on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation found 362 vulnerabilities in its design, according to the watchdog group Hanford Challenge, which obtained a leaked copy of the review.