Groups Form Alliance To Tackle Climate Change By InitiativeA broad coalition of groups says it's launching an initiative effort to tackle climate change in Washington.
Student Injured In Seattle Bus Crash Sues Duck Boat OperatorA 21-year-old college student injured in a deadly bus crash in Seattle is suing the "duck boat" operator and the company that refurbished the amphibious vehicle.
Fire Crews Tackle 4 Blazes In AuburnFire officials are investigating four separate fires that broke out Sunday night in the city of Auburn south of Seattle.
Oregon Shooter Showed Little Sympathy In Calculated KillingsThe gunman had already shot several students at close range when he stood inches from Lacey Scroggins and demanded she stand up.
Washington Lawmakers Take Education Reform Ideas On The RoadWashington state senators from both political parties are taking education spending ideas on the road to get citizen input. But they plan to mostly avoid the biggest issue in the debate: Where will the money come from?
Bail Set At $1 Million For Woman Accused Of Killing Toddler
Woman Released From Jail For Nunchucks Assault Accused Of Chasing Man With SwordA West Seattle woman who had recently been released from jail is accused of wielding a sword while chasing a man who had bumped into her on a bus.
A Look At Deadliest Shootings On Or Near US College CampusesA look at some of the worst shootings on or near college campuses in recent years:
Alaska Airlines Expands With Flights To North CarolinaAlaska Airlines officials say they're expanding service with new daily flights from Seattle to North Carolina.
Attorneys For Seattle Tour Company Promise Full CooperationAttorneys for a Seattle tour company involved in a deadly crash promised Thursday that there will be full cooperation into the investigation of an accident that killed five people last week.
Poll Of Seattle Residents Finds Fewer Disapprove Of PoliceA new survey of Seattle residents finds fewer people saying they disapprove of the city's police department since it began making reforms under a settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice.
Man Swims Duwamish River; Finds It Alive, Despite PollutionHe swims through schools of fish, touches foot-long sea stars and catches, from the corner of his eye, the silver flash of a salmon.