A white supremacist who wants to turn a small North Dakota town into an Aryan enclave is representing himself against terrorizing charges, while his younger friend who was also charged has asked for a public defender.
Boeing’s history in the Pacific Northwest dates back more than a century, when William Boeing purchased a Seattle shipyard that would become his first airplane factory.
Searchers found an arm Wednesday morning in the same remote area where other body parts were found on the Nisqually Indian Reservation, about 45 miles south of Seattle.
Voters in left-leaning Seattle, where police recently handed out snacks at a large marijuana festival and politicians often try to out-liberal each other, are close to electing a Socialist candidate to the City Council.
Whistler Mountain is opening this Saturday, nearly two weeks earlier than planned, on Saturday Nov. 16.
Apples were worth more than $2 billion to Washington farmers in 2012, the first crop in state history to cross that threshold, according to new data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Police say a 16-year-old boy driving to school was critically injured in a collision Tuesday morning in Kent.
A community group refusing to leave a Seattle Public School-owned building has reportedly warned a local television station that someone inside might have a firearm.
An initiative to create a $15 minimum wage for many SeaTac workers is close to losing its vote lead.
Seattle Police arrested a man Wednesday after reports of a naked man at the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks park.
Check out these scenes from Seatte in the early part of the 20th century. There’s even a photo from 1989!
Scenes from the Taco Time 12th Man Tailgate on November 17, 2013.
King Khan and The Shrines perform at Neumos in Seattle, WA on October 16, 2013. (Photo by David Conger / CBS Seattle)
Photos from Pet-A-Palooza 2013.
Photos from the Survivor Mud Run 2013.
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