The woman accused of crashing a car through a home while under the influence of alcohol and a sleep aid pleaded not guilty Thursday in Seattle to vehicular homicide charges in the deaths of her husband and son-in-law.
The man accused of fatally shooting one man and injuring another at a private motorcycle club in Seattle pleaded not guilty on Thursday to murder and assault charges.
A homicide suspect who was shot by deputies early Wednesday in South Tacoma actually died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, says the Pierce County Medical Examiner.
The Washington Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that certain drug court hearings can be closed to the public, but two justices dissented arguing that the constitution demands an open courtroom and open proceedings to ensure that the courts are operating fairly.
Police are looking for two men and a woman who stole toys from a West Seattle drug store and attacked an employee when he tried to stop them Monday night.
Less than two weeks after the ride-sharing app Uber launched in Portland without officials' approval, the company says it's suspending operations for three months to work out its differences with the city.
A teen killed by Minnesota police after an apparent homicide and high-speed chase has been identified as a Washington state high school senior.
The governor is proposing a new capital gains tax to help address a projected state budget gap of more than $2 billion over the next two-year budget cycle.
Washington's first charter school has been placed on probation for not meeting all the requirements of its charter.
A local minister bloodied during a violent clash with police during a demonstration has sued the city, claiming he was wrongly arrested and unduly prosecuted.
An Issaquah middle school closed for a second day on Thursday as an investigation into a threatening letter found at the school made little headway, school officials said.
Someone tossed four pipe bombs at pursuing officers during a car chase in Southeast Portland Tuesday night. Police said the suspected driver in the case, 43-year-old Neal Allen Panschow, should be considered armed and dangerous.
A 33-year-old Portland woman was sentenced Wednesday to nine years in prison for a drunken, wrong-way crash in Longview that killed a man and injured seven other people.
Three more sheep have been killed in a wolf attack in Whitman County.
he Puyallup jail camera controversy has now gone to the jury. Last year 12 people -- mostly women -- argued their constitutional right to privacy was violated when jailhouse video captured them in some form of undress.