Prosecutors found that Lt. Darryl Lee Wright served in the suburb's government, dated two women simultaneously and held down a steady job all while claiming he was incapacitated by wounds physical and psychological.
The people who make the most money on the state's dime may surprise you. Or it may not.
The state Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction released the results last week of Washington's standardized tests for the 2015-16 school year.
"Seattle values" does have a benign interpretation. As used by Mayor Ed Murray, it speaks to a social justice commitment in a city where nobody gets left out. Lamentably, however, "Seattle values" is starting to sound like authoritarian group-think.
In the same Hell Creek Formation layer of rock in Montana where the famed paleontologist Barnum Brown discovered Tyrannosaurus rex in 1902, a team of Burke Museum paleontologists have discovered their very own T.
Kent police arrested a 31-year-old man Friday after parents reported a man exposing his thong, then the contents inside the thong, in front of children at a public park.
A seal caught a lucky break off Vancouver Island earlier this month when it scooted aboard a tour boat out to stare at the orcas aiming to eat it.
Starting in a few weeks, at least some cell service customers will be able to use their phones in underground transit tunnels.
A private meeting Wednesday night in Cleveland between two aging Baby Boomers has led to an enthusiastic Hillary Clinton endorsement from across "The Pond."
In what's becoming a tradition on the International Space Station since NASA astronaut Chris Hadfield achieved social media stardom in 2013, the latest photos taken by a space interloper of the Seattle region are spectacular.
A 26-year-old man faces a criminal charge after being accused of sitting outside Auburn schools and masturbating to the sight of female students.
Nia Johnson makes music in the basement. But she's confident it'll be bigger soon. There's SoundCloud, the 10,000-plus views on a music video she made and a friend in California wants her to DJ sorority parties.
The horror stories tend to carry loudest, but it turns out most Washington hospital patients are pretty pleased with the care they receive.
Attendees gather this weekend for Hempfest, the annual cannabis freedom festival at Myrtle Edwards Park on the Seattle waterfront. The three day festival is an annual Seattle tradition that started in 1991.
Wrapped around the northwest edge of West Seattle, Alki Beach has long been one of the region's best bits.
There's not a lot left to say about Hempfest, possibly the world's largest "protestival" ... including saying "possibly," because we've not been to every marijuana festival in the world. But, brothers and sisters, it's big.
Seattle police seek a pair of teenage girls believed to have tossed bleach in the faces of robbery targets Monday night in South Seattle.