A mass killer in Washington becomes an issue in the contest for Secretary of State, a job that mainly consists of running elections.
Congress finally acts to fight the Zika virus. Murray in major role crafting compromise.
Twelve days after being court-ordered not to contact his estranged girlfriend or possess a firearm, a 46-year-old man fatally shot his girlfriend in front of their children Saturday night, then attempted to kill himself at his mother's Federal Way apartment, prosecutors say.
The FBI has released the nation's arrest statistics for last year and once again hundreds of thousands of Americans have be stuffed in jails and given arrest records for simple possession of marijuana.
From the Leif Erickson statute to the Nordic Heritage Museum to the Market Street plaza frequented by Nordic royals, Ballard is ostentatiously Scandi. As for how Ballard became overwhelmingly Scandinavian, well, it didn't, exactly.
Seattle firefighters were responding Tuesday afternoon to a large fire reported at a West Seattle apartment building.
Clinton won the first general election debate of the 2016 presidential race, and ws rated best able to handle the job as President, in CNN-ORC poll.
Charges filed this week allege two men left gas canisters to explode in a stolen truck in Newcastle last year while trying to sell the gas canisters for scrap metal.
Entrepreneur Hanauer and labor leader Rolf: Seattle should stop doing business with Wells Fargo.
Until now, the best plan for the survival of the roughly 3.5 million Americans at risk of a tsunami has been to run like hell for high ground, or just hope against hope that the building you're in can take the wave.
Take a "fly-through" the Port of Seattle's new international arrivals terminal at Sea-Tac Airport (opening 2019).
The 9,000-year-old bones known as "Kennewick Man" or "the Ancient One" will be returned to Columbia River tribes for burial, under terms of an amendment passed Wednesday by the U.S.
The 2016 campaign is bringing out the worst in people, with two-thirds of Americans disapproving of its harsh rhetoric, finds a national Monmouth University poll.
Son Tran was a leading figure in a large drug ring feeding methamphetamine, heroin and cocaine into some of the Seattle area's poorest communities. He secured his position with brutality and indifference to those he was profiting from, including many Jungle residents.
The state's biggest natural gas utilities are filing legal challenges against a recent Department of Ecology rule that requires large industrial emitters of greenhouse gases to reduce their carbon emissions.
The State Patrol determined a cutout of the GOP presidential candidate's yelling face is not a person.
Roughly 60 Republicans agreed that Monday night's first presidential debate was a win for Donald Trump — but he would still get butchered by the media.
The U.S. coal industry is on the ropes, and one of its last possible rescues is a big coal terminal on the Columbia River at the site of the old Reynolds Metals aluminum smelter in Longview.
A 42-year-old man turned up at King County Jail early Friday morning to confess to a stabbing hours earlier at Woodland Park.
A sorority that sued a former member, claiming she leaked "sacred" secrets on a Seattle-based web-comic site, has prevailed in court. What good it will do, though, remains to be seen.
Donald Trump asks all those who are "not a Christian conservative" to identify themselves.
Most of us don't spend too much time worrying about jails and prisons. But it's worth looking back once in a while to see just what kind of places we use to house criminals.
A 23-year-old man targeted a Metro bus passenger Monday by groping and then flashing her on a ride from Bellevue to Kirkland, reports say.
This year marks 155 years since the University of Washington began teaching Washingtonians, and classes begin again Wednesday. Here are some of the most famous graduates (or just attendees) to come out of the school.
The Skagit County Coroner's Office released the names Tuesday afternoon of four of the five victims of Friday night's shooting at the Cascade Mall in Burlington.
A 29-year-old man will receive a new trial in a child molestation case after a state appeals court determined Monday he was wrongly convicted due to a clerical error.
Federal data shows how much debt student borrowers leave school with.