The Seward Park swimming beach on Lake Washington will be closed for at least a day following a sewage spill Wednesday morning.
Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul, making the first of several Pacific Northwest campaign stops in Seattle, spoke about constitutional issues and dysfunction in the nation’s capital.
The Washington State Medical Commission has suspended a Pierce County doctor after Virginia revoked his license for allowing military medical students to conduct invasive procedures on each other.
Seattle teachers want a contract, but they’re ready to strike if they cannot reach an agreement with the school district.
Three gun rights groups, including the National Rifle Association, sued the city of Seattle on Monday
The Securities and Exchange Commission is going after the head of an investment firm
Efforts by Washington state health officials to shorten the amount of time mentally ill people wait in jails
One of the firefighters injured while battling a blaze in north-central Washington underwent his first surgery but remains in critical condition.
Seattle officials say replacing the Elliott Bay Seawall will be more expensive than previously thought.
TWISP, Wash. (AP) — One was a college student for whom fighting fires was a summer job. Another had graduated and wanted to make firefighting his career. The third was already a professional firefighter who […]
Environmental activists in kayaks protest the arrival of the Polar Pioneer, an oil drilling rig owned by Shell Oil. The rig is part of a fleet that will lead a controversial oil-exploration effort off Alaska’s North Slope.
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People began purchasing marijuana at 8 a.m. at Bellingham’s Top Shelf Cannabis
Scenes from Seattle’s Bike to Work Day on May 16, 2014!
Get a first look at Sub Pop Records’ new retail store in Sea-Tac
The recovery effort continues in Oso as crews deal with restoring the town and families cope with tragedy.