As the Trump administration threatens so-called "Sanctuary Cities" with loss of federal money, if they continue to protect immigrants and refugees, officials in this Washington it back. "They're not going to get away with it," says Sen.
Ludovic Morlot will step down as Seattle Symphony music director in 2019, a tenure that has marked revitalization along with innovation. He is not overstaying his welcome, as have past maestros.
West Coast states join in brief backing Hawaii's challenge to President Trump's revised ban on travel from six predominantly Muslim countries. Travel ban No. 2 causes "substantial and immediate harm" by blocking students, faculty and physicians from the 6 countries, the states said in brief to the U.S.
It was 55 years ago Friday that the Space Needle opened to the public as the World's Fair kicked off in Seattle.
A new study by the American Academy of Neurology (well-timed for a 4/20 release and the academy's annual meeting in Boston) claims that cannabis-based medicine may be a key for a tough-to-treat epilepsy.
AG Bob Ferguson joins two other Washingtonians, philanthropist Melinda Gates and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, on Time's "The Most Influential People of 2017" list.
A formidable candidate, Fremont Brewing co-founder Sara Nelson, joins race for the seat of retiring Seattle City Council member Tim Burgess. She would bring perspectives of a small business owner, and an environmentalist, to the Council.
Arrests made in the April 11 slaying of a man on a busy Federal Way road revealed a possible connection to a South Seattle shooting that occurred the next night.
Earth Day "March for Science" draws thousands from Washington state to Washington, D.C. A big crowd in Seattle turned scientific research into a cause, and "fake news" from the nation's capital into a target for protest.
A 57-year-old man was charged with several counts of assault last week for what police describe was a meth-fueled tirade against his toddler sons and adult daughter.
It's not small potatoes, but rather big ships, deep keels and full holds.
Spring has sprung – and the roadwork has begun.
Road crews will be hitting a major Seattle-area highway over the weekend, beginning Friday night on westbound Interstate 90.
Skagit Valley Tulip Festival 2017 welcomes spring with fields of color.
Coastal cities are already drawing up plans to mitigate higher sea levels, but a new study shows that inland, landlocked cities and towns will have to deal with a flood of their own ...
Seattle police reported about 1:30 p.m. that two officers were shot during a robbery response downtown.
Today we celebrate weed. Why not take a peek at the most popular cannabis products across the board?
Seattle police say that Monday's shooting on Capitol Hill was a self-defense maneuver by a woman who was threatened by her ex-boyfriend.
King County authorities announced Wednesday that a jail inmate died while hospitalized.
Traffic was backed up for miles Saturday morning after power lines fell across the road in North Seattle.
Incident reports of Thursday's downtown gunfight that injured three cops and killed a robbery suspect show that a brother-and-sister pair aimed only to steal food and beer from a 7-Eleven.
Does Sacramento really deserve to be ranked at the top of the list of ugliest people in the country? Readers of Travel and Leisure seem to think so. The capital city of arguably the most beautiful state in the U.S.
The post-modern downtown building opened in 2004 and has attracted both praise and ire ever since.
Two Seattle police officers sustained minor injuries following a shooting Thursday afternoon in downtown Seattle.
The 2017 Earth Day "March for Science", on Saturday in Seattle and other cities, will be a chance to speak truth to power . . . and defend embattled truth tellers.
With Canada and California both working to usher in their own recreational markets (though neither is expected to be fully operational this year), Washingtonians can now scoot up and down the West Coast and enjoy a good toke.
The latest entry to Seattle's mayoral race is activist and urban planner Cary Moon, perhaps best known for her fight against the deep-bore tunnel to replace the Alaskan Way Viaduct.