Seattle police are investigating a Seattle City Light employee for suspected voyeurism in a bathroom on city property.
A man nearly died after being shot in the chest last week in Federal Way by a man allegedly intent on killing the victim's son, prosecutors say.
Nordstrom on Thursday added to mounting evidence that it is an exceedingly challenging moment to be in the department store business.
Seattle's version of "South-by-Southwest" is here, and the line up is a doozy.
Aneelah Afzali, an attorney, Muslim activist and interfaith leader, will be the guest of Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal in the House chamber when President Trump delivers his State of the Union speech.
Even in the progressive-minded, forward-looking tech world, discrimination is alive and well. That's the finding of a survey conducted by Indeed, arguably the world's largest job search engine.
Attorneys for a Seattle-area "Dreamer" who has been detained by immigration agents have passed on an immigration hearing, instead arguing the man's protected status means he belongs in federal court.
A long-running investigation into a North Seattle strip club has netted charges against a Seattle Police Department officer tied to the club's owner.
A quick look at how Seattle responded to the Trump administration for the week of Feb. 19 - 24.
A 44-year-old woman is charged with assault after allegedly stabbing a 16-year-old girl who hugged her boyfriend in the West Seattle Junction, court documents say.
A 34-year-old Enumclaw man was charged this month with binding and gagging a man in his Federal Way-area home and stealing more than $10,000 that was exchanged in a transaction over rottweiler puppies.
Rep. Dave Reichert has been much derided for dodging public appearances and Town Hall meetings for fear of crowds. In a Facebook Live interview with KCTS 9's Enrique Cerna, Reichert made it very clear that he will not be changing his tune.
The Washington Republicans have gone into hiding. And it's all thanks to Indivisible.
Are you seeing what we're seeing? This sleety snowy stuff happening outside?
RENTON -- A new 399,000-square-foot Ikea store opened Wednesday, replacing the old store in the same location.
A Seattle winter that has brought oodles of rain and certainly more than average snowfall could have a bit more frozen water in the cards.
A majority of Americans disapprove of the job President Trump is doing, while a majority now approve the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare), which Trump and Republican leaders in Congress pledge to repeal.
An SUV collided with a Link light rail train in Seattle's Sodo neighborhood Tuesday evening, causing some damage to the train and the tracks.
Anyone who's lived in Seattle since before the Trump presidency began knows the drill. After a wonderful six weeks or so of summer and an abbreviated fall, winter stakes its claim to the city for what seems like half a year.
The owner of an aerial photography company was sentenced to 30 days in jail Friday for the Gay Pride Parade incident in 2015 in which his drone injured two people.
Bassam Alhamdan and his family were among millions who left their homes as Syria was ravaged by war. After a long and often arduous process, they were offered resettlement to the U.S.
Gov. Jay Inslee on Thursday morning signed an executive order declaring Washington a "welcoming jurisdiction," spelling out that state resources won't be used to support federal immigration efforts, except where required by law.
A corrections officer at an Aberdeen jail faces federal charges following allegations that he smuggled drugs into the jail and gave up the identity of a police informant.
The Trump administration, in a policy approved by the president, has withdrawn last year's guidance under President Obama that told schools to allow transgender students use the bathroom of their choice.
Anyone who's ever been a teen knows that their parents don't understand them. Anyone who's been an adult knows it's largely fruitless to try. Nevertheless, Q13 Fox gave it a shot.
King County's teen birth rate dropped 55 percent between 2008 and 2015, according to figures announced Wednesday morning -- and local elected officials say that progress could be reversed should the Trump administration and Congress succeed in repealing the Affordable Care Act and cutting off money to Planned Parenthood.
One Washington school is ranked among the best for outdoor enthusiasts in the U.S., according to Money's recent roundup.