Washington state's top election official is predicting that 62 percent of eligible voters will participate in the November election.
A search and rescue dog with the Snohomish County Sheriff's office has gone missing and officials are asking for your help in finding her.
A police spokesman in the northwest Washington town of Ferndale says a huge fire at a boat factory has been ruled accidental.
A suspected thief was arrested Friday afternoon after leading officers on a foot chase through a SODO doughnut shop, Seattle Police said.
Lakewood police say a shirtless man armed with a handgun attacked a woman Friday afternoon in Ft. Steilacoom Park.
A rat sighting prompted changes Friday to the lunch menu at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, district administrators said.
Formal murder charges were filed Friday against two young men accused of killing a Sammamish man with shovels.
Washington's Department of Ecology says BNSF railroad worked quickly to contain a diesel spill on tracks near the Pasco and McNary dam near the Columbia River. A large rock slide down a cliff and landed on the tracks, puncturing a hole in the engine's fuel tank.
King County Sheriff's deputies are searching for a man they say brutally assaulted his girlfriend in an hours-long attack in SeaTac earlier this month.
A funeral home worker was arrested in Washington state after police said he pretended to be a retired officer for two decades and recently intervened in a fight.
A 44-year-old Tacoma resident who told officers he was tired of punk kids taking over his neighborhood was arrested Wednesday for pointing a shotgun at four children between the ages of 12 and 15, according to charges filed in Pierce County Superior Court.
A $2,500 reward has been issued to help track down the person who shot a husky-mix dog through the eye with a hunting arrow.
Republican U.S. House candidate Clint Didier has filed a complaint in federal court seeking to stop a volunteer for his opponent from "using state resources" in the campaign.
A man returning home from a doctor's appointment Tuesday afternoon in First Hill had racist and homophobic slurs shouted at him before being hit with an unknown liquid that caused a burning sensation to his nose and mouth, according to the Seattle Police Department.
KOMO Newsradio's traffic reporter Paul Tosch finally got back to Seattle early Friday morning after being stranded in Los Cabos following the devastating Hurricane Odile.