The message of Writers Resist to President-elect Trump can be summed up in four words of Walt Whitman: "Resist much, obey little."
Washington's Democratic lawmakers are appalled at President-elect Donald Trump's Twitter hit on 1960's civil rights hero Rep. John Lewis of Georgia. A Republican senator from Nebraska rebuts Trump's claims.
Lynnwood Police arrested a 37-year-old man in connection after the man allegedly stabbed a food court worker at Alderwood Mall.
Thousands of workers in SeaTac are about to receive a total of millions in back pay after two lawsuits were settled with employers who withheld full wages in the wake of the city's $15 minimum-wage law.
The Washington State Department of Health published numbers Friday indicating that 46 people have died from influenza this season.
A gifted airbag backpack likely saved the life of this Whistler-area snowboarder after he triggered an avalanche Wednesday morning.
Last night Congress voted to cut the budget from portions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) that are funded with taxpayer money. Though it's only a procedural start to what Republicans have called "the end of Obamacare" it's got many panicked about where their healthcare will come from and (most importantly) how they're going to afford it.
Zillow Group pledged to donate $5 million towards a new UW computer science & engineering (CSE) building on the university's Seattle campus.
The fossil fuel industry takes it on the chin again. The Washington State Supreme Court rules that a proposed oil-by-rail terminal falls under a state law that can prohibit projects destructive to the environment.
A bill has been introduced in the state Legislature that would allow marijuana users to grow their own supply at home.
Thousands gather at Westlake to protest the defunding of the ACA.
Fire badly damaged an Eastside mosque early Saturday morning.
City officials quietly announced late Friday that Seattle would end the Pronto bike share program as planned but wouldn't hold the money aside to switch to a new service.
Bertha is taking a breather of sorts before setting out on the last 25 percent of the tunnel drive.
Sea-Tac Airport could become one of the first major U.S. airports to start using biofuel for every flight that leaves its tarmac.
President Obama is painting broad strokes in his last days of office, acting again Thursday to protect the nation's natural heritage in the Northwest and, in the South, sites of America's struggle for civil rights more than half a century ago.
Rep. Denny Heck, D-Wash., gets named to the House Intelligence Committee even as President-elect Trump denounces U.S. intelligence agencies.
The British Columbia government has put its backing behind a giant, 890,000 barrels-a-day pipeline that would bring a seven-fold increase in oil tankers traversing international waters of the Salish Sea and Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Police arrested the suspect in SeaTac early Monday morning, hours after an apparent homicide victim was found dead in a Rainier Avenue South apartment. According to Seattle Police Department statements, investigators believe the killer knew the victim.
How to defend the Affordable Care Act with Republicans hell-bent to repeal it? People must step forward with their experiences under the health law, U.S. Rep. Pramila Jayapal told a Seattle rally.
A 35-year-old Kent man was killed after he was ejected from his SUV when it crashed into another car on Interstate 405 in Tukwila on Friday night.
Starbucks coined its new latte cascara, which also happens to be the name of a western tree that has powerful laxative properties.
A 32-year-old man was rushed to the hospital Friday afternoon after being found in a stalled car on Interstate 5 in Seattle with a hypodermic needle stuck into his arm.
Bay Area media outlets are reporting that a possible hazardous materials incident on board an Alaska Airlines flight from Seattle to San Jose sent one person to a hospital Thursday night.
The "revolving door" of state government, in which officials who did good retire to become lobbyists and do well, is the target of a bipartisan effort to weld it shut.
A day after the city opened up its request for proposals to renovate KeyArena, it sounds like at least one likely bidder has high hopes for the arena, with or without a team.
The time for our state to fully pay for K-12 education, and better the lot of teachers, is now, Gov. Jay Inslee argues in his second inaugural speech. The Governor takes it to the incoming Trump administration, defending the Affordable Care Act, speaking up for immigrants, and underscoring the commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.