Up to 2,000 protesters blocked streets in Seattle on Tuesday as demonstrations continued over the Missouri grand jury's decision not to indict white police officer Darren Wilson in the death of black teenager Michael Brown.
The southwest sector of Mount Rainier National Park, including the lodge at Longmire, is being evacuated due to flooding, park officials said.
Investigators have found the body of a 58-year-old man and his 7-year-old daughter inside an apartment in South Hill, and it appears to be a case of murder-suicide, Pierce County sheriff's officials.
It's a scary but joyful time, preparing for the birth of a baby, doubling it all when expecting twins. A Pierce County couple was in this very spot, when something went horribly wrong.
A drunk wrong-way driver caused a head-on crash that killed one person and injured a Renton woman and child on Interstate 5 in Oregon early Tuesday morning, Oregon State Police said.
Officers arrested a man Monday night after several police horses were let out of their stables in Northwest Portland.
A 31-year-old Portland man was sentenced to 12 years in prison for shooting at his girlfriend in Vancouver, reportedly because he suspected she was cheating on him.
A pair of armed robbers were apologetic upon learning a worker doing manual labor outside a Seattle home Friday afternoon wasn't lying when she told them she didn't have anything worth stealing, according to the Seattle Police Department.
The Puget Sound Naval Shipyard plans to hire 850 helpers — an entry-level position that allows workers to advance in production trades.
The Auburn City Council has voted 4-3 to no longer contract with a private company that operates the program.
Seattle Public Schools' admission that it disclosed thousands of student special education records came only after the man who received them refused to return them, according to a lawsuit filed by the district.
The Seattle Police Department is looking for two men suspected of robbing and pistol whipping a couple in Volunteer Park before using a gun to threaten a father driving his daughter home Sunday night.
Can a 1905 train tunnel under Seattle that does not meet modern safety standards be made safe enough? Do taxpayers pay the bill? Or do railroads and oil companies?
Vandals caused thousands of dollars in damage at a Skagit County business Monday, breaking windows, smashing televisions, and leaving broken glass everywhere; fitting, perhaps, for a business named Knockout.