The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating a multistate salmonella outbreak linked to contact with wild songbirds and birdfeeders.
Some debris from a SpaceX rocket that lit up the Pacific Northwest sky last week has been recovered from private property in central Washington state.
A federal judge in Seattle has sentenced a transgender ex-Neo-Nazi to time served, following his involvement in a hate group operation in 2019 to threaten journalists.
A Portland man has been reunited with his dog after a planned visit to a national park went awry and left him in the hospital and without his canine companion.
The National Weather Service in Seattle says burning debris from a rocket lit up Pacific Northwest skies Thursday night.
Some landlords with a smaller selection of rental properties in Washington state say they feel trapped due to the eviction moratorium.
Another panel from American artist Jacob Lawrence's sweeping series "Struggle: From the History of the American People" has surfaced after being hidden from public view for six decades. Three panels from the groundbreaking collection remain unaccounted for.
Seattle police say a woman discovered a block of what appeared to narcotics inside a knitting kit she purchased at a thrift store in the Greenwood neighborhood.
It's been four weeks since Alleah Taylor survived a vicious attack by former Seattle Seahawks lineman Chad Wheeler, and not a day goes by that she doesn't ask herself the same question: Why?
A tearful plea to the public from a Seattle native regarding tipping your delivery drivers went viral and lead to an enormous outpouring of support.
One woman is dead and another faces murder charges in an incident involving a political sign.
A 90-year-old Seattle woman walked six miles in the snow over the weekend to make sure she was on time for her coveted Covid-19 vaccination appointment.
When skis aren’t enough to get you through the deep snow, you bring in reinforcements - a high-powered fan strapped to your back.
Tennis De Jong, a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps from Everett, wanted to make sure the legacy of a fallen service member lives on. What makes his story so amazing is the lengths he would go for another Marine he never met.
A man who describes himself as the "Sergeant of Arms" of a chapter of the far-right group Proud Boys was charged in connection with the riot at the U.S. Capitol last month.
The attack was so severe that when police asked if the victim thought she was going to die, she said "I thought I already had."
A Tacoma police cruiser ran over a person Saturday night after responding to a reported street racing incident in the South 900 Block of Pacific Avenue.
"We want to pressure the new administration since Day One, so they don't forget about the undocumented immigrants," said one of the organizers, Gabriel Manrique. "We've been here before, the Democrats promising immigration reform, especially when Obama was president, nothing happened. So we want to start pressuring them so it happens in the first 100 days."
Seattle’s police chief says two city officers were apparently in Washington, D.C., Wednesday when a violent mob of President Donald Trump’s supporters stormed the nation’s Capitol and that an investigation will be launched to find out whether they committed criminal acts.
The holidays are for spreading good cheer, but one family is devastated after the death of a father who lost his battle with COVID-19. Doug Bwamu, a Seattle Children’s Hospital healthcare worker, was hospitalized for more than a month before he died just days before Christmas.