Bertha's labors may soon be over as Seattle's great boring machine is expected to breakthrough before the end of March.
Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., will vote against the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the U.S. Supreme Court, and join in Democrats' filibuster against Gorsuch.
Right now, all of us nascent cyborgs (the vast majority of humankind) are rightfully concerned about protecting the private details of our lives stored IN our phones, computers and elsewhere in cyberspace.
The House of Commons in Ottawa votes to put Canada on record condemning Islamophobia and religious discrimination. It passes a motion calling for a "government-wide approach to reducing and eliminating systemic racism and religious discrimination" in the "Great White North."
Republican U.S. Rep. Dave Reichert goes to bat for public broadcasting, begins to break with Trump on federal budget.
A 22-year-old woman was shot outside a Renton restaurant Wednesday night while with her toddler daughter and a companion.
Released in February 1992, Sir Mix-a-Lot's "Baby Got Back" was banned by MTV (briefly) before winning a Grammy. Check out the slideshow above for a look at Mix through the years.
Thirty-seven senators in Washington, D.C., and a rain spattered crowd on the Seattle waterfront, protest proposed cuts by the Trump administration to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. They don't want the EPA's "core mission" to be gutted.
A consumer interest group has taken complaints about Amazon's advertised prices to the California Attorney General, demanding an investigation and saying the company is "ripping consumers off."
It's been 7 years since South Park residents stood up on a rainy day and told politicians they wanted a new bridge over the Duwamish River. They got it.
A dog walker in South Seattle helped police nab suspected teen burglars after they broke into at least two homes Wednesday.
Fifty-five years ago Friday, the Seattle Center Monorail opened to the public about a month before the World's Fair opened at Seattle Center, then the Century 21 Exposition Center.
Trump is down to 37 percent job approval in latest Quinnipiac University poll, with support dropping among men, white voters and even Republicans.
Just months after closing a $4 billion deal to acquire Virgin America, Alaska Airlines announced Wednesday that it will drop the Virgin America name and logo in 2019.
Gov. Jay Inslee, possibly eying a place on Democrats' 202 ticket, will be playing the world stage this week.
Inslee is joining a panel at the United Nations in New York, "Stocktaking on Climate: Ambition and Action." He will then fly to San Francisco for a World Economic Forum talk on "how education, human connection and innovation are key to thriving in a tech-based world."
Firefighters cut a hole in the floor of a boathouse Wednesday morning to retrieve a suspected burglar who spent an hour hiding from authorities in the Duwamish River.
The Republicans' bid to repeal and replace "Obamacare" was defeated not in the corridors of power, but in grassroots America.
A 27-year-old accused of collecting and sharing images of child pornography reportedly admitted to also taking nude photos of his young sisters without their knowledge, according to charging documents.
House Republican leaders pull their "Trumpcare" bill, after as many as 40 GOP members said they would vote against it or are undecided. One was GOP loyalist, Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Wash.
A 47-year-old man is charged with robbery and assault after beating a mother, son and intervening Good Samaritan at a downtown Seattle bus stop earlier this month.
A nursing assistant's license was suspended this month after being criminally charged for alleged sexual assaults of patients in north King County, possibly dating back to 2011.
Seattle is a popular destination for anybody these days.
But it might be a particularly popular spot for tech workers fleeing Bay Area costs of living that have turned from high to nightmarish.
The wacky case of Costco's coveted golf balls continues with a new wrinkle: Costco is suing Acushnet, a premium ball manufacturer, over comments made about the Kirkland Signature ball.
President Trump is this year's commencement speaker at Virginia's Liberty University, which bills itself the world's largest Christian college. Its president Jerry Falwell, Jr., has been a Trump cheerleader despite the president's libertine lifestyle.
Many believe that the Trump administration will not go after the recreational marijuana market. But Attorney General Jeff Sessions' harsh stance on marijuana may affect the market in other ways.