A discarded Starbucks cup helped lead police to a rape suspect in Olympia.
A mudslide hit the Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad tracks on Thursday morning near Mukilteo.
The Seattle Police Department is looking for two men in connection with bank robberies this week in downtown Seattle and the International District.
Workers have found more waste leaking between the walls of a nuclear storage tank on the Hanford Nuclear Reservation.
Attorney General Bob Ferguson explained his gay discrimination lawsuit against a Richland florist during his visit Wednesday to the Tri-Cities.
Flood warnings were issued for several Western Washington rivers Thursday after the wettest start to March on record in Seattle.
Currently, the city only has two full-time employees to maintain about 120 miles of trails in city parks. The program relies heavily on volunteers, although an August ballot measure could change that.
A Pasco fisherman has set a state record with his catch of a Walleye fish in the Columbia River late last month.
The driver of pickup truck that crashed into a taxi minivan early Tuesday killing a pregnant passenger has been charged with vehicular homicide and vehicular assault.
Around 700 people filled Town Hall on Wednesday to debate Seattle's minimum wage.
A rare one-of-a-kind car that's used as a teaching tool at a community college in Olympia has been ordered crushed by Chrysler.
A measure that has passed the Legislature would allow law enforcement officers to make arrests in misdemeanor and gross misdemeanor cases even if they weren't the officer who saw the alleged crime.
Police arrested a man Saturday for allegedly throwing a cup of stolen coffee at a Seattle hotel clerk.
12 decades of Seattle Fire Department artifacts, memorabilia and antique trucks are in jeopardy.
Washington state issued its first legal marijuana business license Wednesday, launching a new phase in the state's ambitious effort to regulate a market that has been illegal for more than 75 years.