Justice Dept. Appoints Robert Mueller To Lead Russian InvestigationNational Security Deputy attorney general appoints special counsel to oversee probe of Russian interference in election.
1 Injured In Renton Shooting, Police Seeking SuspectsOfficers are investigating a shooting that injured a man early Sunday in Renton.
Things To Know About The Investigation Of E. Coli OutbreakThirty-seven people in the Pacific Northwest have fallen ill with E. coli in an outbreak connected to Chipotle Mexican restaurants.
Questions And Answers About The Deadly Seattle Duck Boat CrashWhat has the investigation found?
Anchorage Police Release Names Of 4 Found Dead In HomeAnchorage police say a couple and their two children were found shot to death inside a home in Alaska's largest city in what appears to be an isolated domestic violence incident.
Billings Police Investigate Possible HomicidePolice are investigating whether a man whose body was found on the Crow Indian Reservation last week may have been killed in a Billings apartment.
Washington Auditor Pleads Not Guilty To Federal IndictmentDerrick Nunnally, Rachel La Corte, Associated Press
Oregon City Police ID Baby Who Died From Head InjuryOregon City Police have identified Izaak Gillen as the 7-month-old boy who died from a head injury last week.
Records Show Hard Drive Of Auditor Employee Was DamagedPublic records show that the hard drive of a state worker's laptop computer was damaged when he turned it over as part of an investigation into Washington State Auditor Troy Kelley.
Police Identify Homicide Victim Found Under Portland BridgePortland police identified a homicide victim found under a downtown bridge this week as Michael Harvey, a 60-year-old homeless man.
State: No Emails Between Auditor, Employee Who's Old FriendThe Washington State Auditor's Office says it hasn't turned up any emails or text messages between Auditor Troy Kelley, who is being investigated by federal agents, and a part-time employee who is an old business associate.
Court: Investigation Of Public Employees Not PrivateThe Washington Supreme Court says public employees don't have a right to privacy about the fact that they're being investigated.