The state ferry system continues to grapple with backups and commuters' flaring tempers after one of its largest vessels lost power Tuesday in Puget Sound.
British Columbia Premier Christy Clark has told Gov. Jay Inslee and other U.S. lawmakers that Victoria will treat the sewage it dumps into the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
A man who threatened police with a broken glass bottle has died after he was shot several times by officers at Gas Works Park early Wednesday.
Detectives say Huston bought trail mix and sleeping pills before vanishing on Thursday.
A 21-year-old was arrested early Monday after using blue-and-red emergency lights to pull over cars that were moving too slow for his liking, according to the Washington State Patrol.
The body of a 70-year-old man who went missing after an afternoon swim in Martha Lake has been located, Snohomish County Sheriff's officials said.
Seattle police have arrested a man suspected of kidnapping his one-month-old daughter and threatening to kill the child’s mother, officials said.
A legally blind man was beaten on a Seattle sidewalk Friday after hitting a car with his walking cane.
Four people were able to escape a Tuesday night fire that destroyed an Auburn mobile home.
A burglar claimed he and his accomplice broke into a Tacoma house Friday afternoon "to make love," according to charges filed in Pierce County Superior Court. Unfortunately for everyone who wants to believe in romance, that turned out to be a lie.
On one of the most celebratory days in Seattle history, Heather Kelley dropped dead in front of her daughters.
A fire official in Franklin County says a brush fire was started Tuesday when a sparrow hit into a power pole, caught fire and dropped to the ground.
A Redmond man accused of fatally stabbing a teenage girl earlier this month was charged Tuesday with first degree murder.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle, which was the site of a mass shooting in 2006, has called for the resignation of a National Rifle Association lobbyist over comments he recently made comparing a gun-control effort in Washington state to Nazi Germany.
Authorities say a Portland Police Bureau officer was involved in an alcohol-fueled altercation while on vacation at a Trout Lake, Washington, RV park.