Washington Auditor Pleads Not Guilty To Federal IndictmentDerrick Nunnally, Rachel La Corte, Associated Press
Bergdahl Charges Revive Questions Over Prisoner SwapThe tough military charges against Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl have revived the questions and controversy surrounding President Barack Obama's decision to swap five Taliban detainees to secure his release, as well as the wisdom of the White House fanfare that followed.
Hope Solo's Attorney Files Motion To Dismiss Domestic Violence Charges
Hearing For Ore. Woman Accused Of Dumping Dead MomAn Oregon woman has been arraigned on charges of improperly disposing of a body after her 89-year-old mother's corpse was found under blankets and snow behind a southeastern Michigan thrift store.
Local Man Freed From Nicaraguan Jail Now Back with Family The thought of his wife and 5-year-old son born with Down syndrome is what helped Jason Puracal endure two years in a crowded, bug-infested Nicaraguan prison serving a drug sentence that was later withdrawn when he won an appeal.
Charges Say Man Reneged On Golf Hole-In-One Prizes A businessman who specializes in insuring golf tournament hole-in-one prizes has been charged in Washington state with refusing to pay up when several golfers landed the elusive aces.
Seattle's Lynch Apologizes for Recent Actions Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch apologized Friday for drawing negative attention following his arrest last weekend on charges of driving under the influence in Northern California.
Army Adds Charges Against Afghan Shooting Suspect BalesThe Army has dropped a murder charge, but added others, including steroid use, against a JBLM soldier accused in a deadly shooting rampage in Afghanistan.
Tacoma Woman Charged with $540K Embezzlement A Tacoma woman has been indicted on charges she stole more than $540,000 from the company she worked for, Food Services of America.
Man Pleads Guilty in Attacks on Seattle JoggersA Seattle man has pleaded guilty to grabbing three women who were jogging in West Seattle's Lincoln Park.
Father: 'My Kid Made a Mistake' in School Shooting The 9-year old boy was in court yesterday. Under state law, children between 8 and 12 years old can face charges if a court makes such a determination. A capacity hearing in this case will be scheduled in two weeks.
9-Year Old Who Brought Gun to School Due in Court A prosecutor is preparing to file charges against a 9-year-old boy who brought a gun to a Washington state elementary school that went off and critically wounded a young classmate.