When police raided a Kirkland man's home earlier this month they found drugs, an arsenal of weapons, a firing range in the crawlspace and a former Seattle SuperSonic.
Is chocolate left, right or center? Does Visine get the red (state) out?
International Auto Logistics is in hot water after an on-time delivery rate of just 20%
Beth Johnson shakes her head after hearing the news. Her grandparents' remains have been ripped from the ground and moved. The punishment for it makes her frustrated.
Police are looking for a racing bike that someone swiped from a Special Olympics athlete.
A security guard shot during a struggle inside a Seattle bank is now out of the hospital, and talking about the ordeal for the very first time.
A Federal Way mother of five is having to fight for her house, even though her soon-to-be ex-husband agreed she could have it as part of their divorce settlement
Newly-released video shows buyers who knowingly purchase crab caught outside the quota, and tubs with crabs that are undersized juveniles and females. Local fishermen worry the illegal catching and buying of crab in the Puget Sound is threatening the current crab population.
Beth Johnson has climbed the small hills and walked among the shade-covered monuments of Forest Funeral Home in Olympia many times before.
A Pierce County mother, still grieving the murders of all 5 of her children, finally gets a gift that will take away some of her guilt and help her heal.
Retired Seattle Police Officer Mark Sigfrinius needed help after he was shot 25 years ago and needs it again. KOMO viewers did not disappoint.
The jury box sways back and forth. People get stuck in the elevator. In 1967 no one thought about the Americans with Disabilities Act. Yet the Snohomish County courthouse's biggest problems aren't inside.
A local charity is bankrupt, the IRS has stripped its tax-exempt status and now the state is trying to recover $20 million in what it calls "falsely obtained donations."
Bertha isn't budging. 10 months in and the big gal has traveled just 1000 feet. Hundreds of emails, schematics, and documents obtained by a public records request detail confusion and finger-pointing between the Washington Department of Transportation and Seattle Tunnel Partners in the aftermath of the blockage that stopped the boring machine.