Sanctions against the state's health services agency for failing to provide competency evaluation and treatment to mentally ill defendants have reached almost $200,000, according to recently released documents.
The driver whose initial collision with a log truck resulted in a 44-vehicle pileup on Interstate 84 in January has filed a lawsuit against the truck driver.
Annette Hayes, the acting U.S. attorney for the Western District of Washington, says federal authorities took in an additional $12.2 million in forfeited assets related to criminal activity. She says the collections show the Justice Department's commitment to protecting public safety and tax dollars.
Detectives are investigating after a brazen burglar broke into a gadget store in SeaTac overnight Friday.
It's nearly as certain as Oregon's rainy season. When there's an election, voters in the state respond with an enthusiasm that's rare in most other places in America.
A black bear cub burned in a massive Washington state wildfire over the summer is moving to a rehabilitation facility in Idaho for the winter.
The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office says a 3-year-old boy is in serious condition after being shot in the mouth - reportedly as he and a 4-year-old neighbor were playing with a gun.
An Everett contractor hired to work on a City of Seattle-supported housing project won't serve any jail time for failing to pay his workers.
It's been a late start to the snow season in the mountains, but Mother Nature is trying to make up for lost time.
The former Miss Teen Oregon-World winner was busted for drug possession Wednesday as detectives followed a lead in a possible drug house, Keizer police officials said.
Seattle-area transit officials are making clear that when bus drivers gotta go, they're free to stop.
There's an Enumclaw man who is using the lessons of fishing and boating to help heal veterans and soldiers who have mental and physical trauma from serving our country overseas.
The fiancee of a man run over and killed by an impaired driver says she now forgives him. Chris Kerns died standing in front of the Puyallup car dealership where he worked April 17th.
A man in Tacoma is trying again to use a public disclosure law to get the names of licensed strippers, this time in Kitsap County.