Seattle police say a woman discovered a block of what appeared to narcotics inside a knitting kit she purchased at a thrift store in the Greenwood neighborhood.
It's been four weeks since Alleah Taylor survived a vicious attack by former Seattle Seahawks lineman Chad Wheeler, and not a day goes by that she doesn't ask herself the same question: Why?
A tearful plea to the public from a Seattle native regarding tipping your delivery drivers went viral and lead to an enormous outpouring of support.
The attack was so severe that when police asked if the victim thought she was going to die, she said "I thought I already had."
A Tacoma police cruiser ran over a person Saturday night after responding to a reported street racing incident in the South 900 Block of Pacific Avenue.
Seattle’s police chief says two city officers were apparently in Washington, D.C., Wednesday when a violent mob of President Donald Trump’s supporters stormed the nation’s Capitol and that an investigation will be launched to find out whether they committed criminal acts.
The holidays are for spreading good cheer, but one family is devastated after the death of a father who lost his battle with COVID-19. Doug Bwamu, a Seattle Children’s Hospital healthcare worker, was hospitalized for more than a month before he died just days before Christmas.
Evacuation orders have been lifted and the crude oil fire is out in Whatcom County a day after a BNSF train derailed and caught fire north of Bellingham.
The increase is more than double the current federal minimum hourly wage, for nonexempt employees.
Health officials are investigating whether seven deaths reported at long-term care facilities in Grant County are linked to a 300-person "superspreader" wedding in Ritzville that some nursing home staff attended.
The MLS Cup Playoffs take center stage Thursday night at 8pm ET on FOX with a Western Conference Semifinal between Sporting Kansas City and Minnesota United.
A new model from a study conducted by Washington University in St. Louis projects that if the U.S. continues handling the pandemic as it has, cases could double in just two months.
A standoff is intensifying between Washington state and a Tri-Cities bar that refuses to follow COVID-19 restrictions.
A federal judge is temporarily blocking the federal government’s plan to execute the first female death row inmate in almost six decades after her attorneys contracted the coronavirus visiting her in prison.
Health officials are asking more than 300 attendees of a wedding near Ritzville on Nov. 7 to get tested for COVID-19 after several people tested positive.
INCREDIBLE: "He died while he was in the ER, which gave us the unique opportunity to try and save his life by basically bypassing his heart and lungs, which is the most advanced form of artificial life support that we have in the world," the doctor said.
The governors of California, Washington and Oregon issued travel advisories Friday urging visitors entering their states or returning home from travel outside the three states to self-quarantine to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
When scientists in Washington state destroyed the first nest of so-called murder hornets found in the U.S., they discovered about 500 live specimens in various stages of development, officials said Tuesday.
Two live Asian giant hornet queens were found inside the nest that was eradicated on Saturday.
The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell last week to 751,000, the lowest since March but a figure that remains historically high and indicates the viral pandemic is still forcing many employers to cut jobs.