An Everett woman is showing off her success closing a gap in her front teeth, using inexpensive hair bands. The technique sparked a recent consumer alert, warning about the dangers of DIY orthodontics.
Millions of drivers rely on Apple Maps for directions, but relying on Apple to get to one scenic town on Whidbey Island could leave you marooned.
A Stanwood non-profit organization that pairs disabled children with therapy animals is closing this weekend, leaving dozens of families without the much needed program.
When Lisa Letchworth logged into her TurboTax account to file her 2014 federal taxes, she got a big and unwelcome surprise: Someone had already filed a return in her name using her TurboTax login and password.
Jurors on the Carnation murder trial heard a chilling taped confession Wednesday of Michelle Anderson accepting blame for the murders of her six family members.
The mayor of Tacoma says it's time to fix a deepening problem: potholes that are plentiful all over town. Marilyn Strickland announced a $500 million ballot measure to fix every street in the city.
Just how long two cats had been trapped under a wheelbarrow at a Vancouver mobile home park isn't clear. But Clark County Animal Control officers say it was no accident.
A mother and father have been arrested and charged with reckless endangerment after their three kids were discovered living in a squalor amid dangerous conditions inside their Eatonville home.
Police in Yakima, Washington, say two severely malnourished 8-year-old twins are recovering after relatives took them from their mother and alerted authorities.
Public outrage over police shootings in cities from Pasco to Ferguson, Missouri, inspired Rep. Drew Hansen to propose rules for how police departments in Washington state can outfit officers with cameras.
Complaints about public urination, drinking, and drug use in downtown Seattle have led police officials to create a new squad to cut down on street disorder.
The King County sheriff's office says someone broke into a church south of Seattle and apparently took about $5 worth of chocolate before escaping.
A Kirkland massage therapist has been charged with second-degree rape and his license was suspended after he allegedly kissed and groped a female client during a massage session that the victim later described as a "nightmare."
A judge has sentenced a Phoenix, Oregon, man to probation for shooting a cat with an arrow.
Hundreds of students walked out of class at the University of Washington Wednesday morning as part of the #BlackLivesMatter movement.