SEATTLE -- A former King County deputy convicted in August of pimping his estranged wife, stealing ammo from the sheriff's department and dealing drugs will spend a bit more time in prison than he originally thought.
A live grenade was discovered in a dumpster outside a Belfair office building, prompting a local evacuation and a call to the Washington State Patrol bomb squad.
A military veteran and his family are having a hard time breaking through the red tape of Veterans Affairs. Right now they're living in a tent. This is a family that has already had a stroke of hard luck.
Deputies are trying to figure out who was behind overnight vandalism at a Lewis County heavy equipment storage yard. Employees found four, large moving vans rammed into each other, in what one deputy called a "demolition derby"-style crash.
The state Department of Ecology on Tuesday released a draft rule that updates contentious water quality standards partly tied to how much fish people eat.
Two people have been hit by a freight train traveling on a bridge over the Naches River in north Yakima.
Just days after major Metro Transit bus cuts, elderly and physically challenged riders are already feeling the impact.
Some West Seattle homes and businesses could be out of power for most of Tuesday night after a garbage truck snagged some cables and pulled down a power pole, according to Seattle City Light.
Idaho's top politicians pinned dreams and promises to an iPad pilot program at Paul Elementary School.
A new deal allows a radioactive waste storage tank to continue leaking for more than a year before its contents are pumped out at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, the nation's most polluted nuclear site.
Firefighters battling a blaze at a Tacoma apartment have discovered a body inside, Tacoma Fire officials said.
A 44-year-old Everett resident was arrested Tuesday for raping a woman at gunpoint to teach her a lesson after she refused to let him prostitute her, according to the Everett Police Department.
A Somali American is scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday for attempting to detonate a weapon of mass destruction four years ago in Portland, Oregon.
A large fire destroyed a manufacturing building in Seattle, sending a big plume of black smoke over the city and prompting an effort to contain toxic chemicals.
Federal biologists say the marijuana industry in the Emerald Triangle of Northern California and southern Oregon is a key threat to salmon in danger of extinction.