Seattle police are investigating after a couple walking on Beacon Hill was robbed at gunpoint Monday evening. Just after 8 p.m., the couple was walking in the 4700 block of Beacon Avenue South when two men rushed up to them.
Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn is on the campaign trail with daily feel-good “official” announcement, and is showing an uptick from previous bottom-dwelling poll numbers. In fact, he’s taken the lead in a new KING 5 News poll in a race stirred if not shaken by withdrawal of Councilman Tim Burgess.
Where have Seattle’s guerrilla artists gone? They once delighted the city with art, mysterious and illicit, that arrived overnight, jarring a routine landscape in the morning. The gifts came without permission or warning, and delivered wit without words.
Felon jailed after man is wounded in North Seattle shooting
A convicted child molester living in Ballard is now accused of paying a 16-year-old girl for sex. King County prosecutors contend Eric M. Hopper, 41, had sex with the girl in December while she was being pimped by a group of Kitsap County men.
Sen. Ran Paul, the Kentucky Republican and libertarian, Tuesday defended Apple’s tax machinations, saying he was “offended” that Apple CEO Tim Cook was being “hauled” before the Senate’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations to explain how the company could attribute nearly two thirds of its income to Irish entities that have no employees, no physical residence, Read More
Fossil fuels should not be transported through the Pacific Northwest and exported out of ports in Washington and Oregon, according to a resolution adopted late last week by the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians, representing 57 Native American groups in the region.
President Obama enjoys a 53 percent approval rating in the latest national CNN/Opinion Research poll, his second highest number of the year, despite the unending scandal talk in the echo chamber of Washington, D.C., talk shows.
A 49-year-old woman accused of attacking a man in Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood because of his race now faces hate crime and assault charges. Described by police as very drunk at the time of the attack, Seattle resident Shelly Lynn is alleged to have shouted a racial slur at the man, spit in his face and attempted to kick him in the groin during the May 11 incident.
Man stabbed near Pike Place Market
Republicans ramped up the hyperbole as a just-fired acting U.S. Internal Revenue Service director underwent a four-hour grilling Friday before the House Ways & Means Committee. Rep. Dave Rreichert, R-Wash., railed against “the blatant abuse of power” in allegedly targeting Tea Party groups for audit.
Seattle police are investigating after a woman was found stabbed in the face Friday morning in South Seattle. Just shortly after 5 a.m., police received a report from a passerby who spotted the woman sitting on the sidewalk in the 7400 block of Rainier Avenue South.
Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy Raffaele Sollecito, Amanda Knox’s ex-boyfriend, says in an interview that his parents wanted him to implicate her to save himself but he refused.
The Green Mountain Lookout should be let stand in its present perch, atop a popular Snohomish County hiking trail, and not be moved or removed, according to a tough-worded letter sent to the U.S.
Washington is one of 26 states whose highest paid public employee is a football coach, in this case University of Washington football coach Steve Sarkisian who was paid $2.7 million last year.
As this paragraph is being written, my desk is the cleanest it’s been in been in years and the e-mail inbox is at a record low. By the time this posts on Sunday, my keycard will be turned in, the final deadline will have been made, and my nearly nine-year career under the globe will be done.
Religious liberty: Does it mean freedom to discriminate?
Seattle City Councilman Tim Burgess, a front-rank candidate for Seattle mayor, on Friday took his name out of the race less than four hours before the deadline for filing.
Self-consciously progressive Democratic legislative district organizations in Seattle have borrowed a power play from old-time Democratic machines of the East and Midwest: They endorse and throw weight behind candidates in contested primaries.
Charge: West Seattle man pimped homeless teens