Anchorage Jury Convicts Jerry Active In Murder TrialAn Anchorage jury returned a guilty verdict in the double-murder trial of a 26-year-old man charged with killing two grandparents.
Suspect In Deadly Belltown Stabbing Being Held On $1M BailBail has been set at $1 million for a 22 year-old man arrested in Friday's fatal stabbing outside a nightclub in Seattle's Belltown area.
Wolf Killing in Washington State: Will There Have to Be More?Taking aim from a helicopter flying over northeastern Washington state, a marksman last month killed the alpha male of a wolf pack that had repeatedly attacked a rancher's cattle. The shooting put an end to the so-called Wedge pack, but it did little to quell the controversy over wolves in the state.
Lawyer: Soldier Doesn't Remember Iraq KillingsAn Army sergeant charged with killing four other soldiers and a Navy officer in May 2009 at a mental health clinic in Iraq should not face a possible death penalty, his lawyer said Monday. Sgt. John Russell has no memory of being inside the Camp Liberty Combat Stress Center near Baghdad, attorney James Culp said.
Group Asks Judge To Halt Sea Lion Killings A federal judge will decide by the end of May whether to stop the government from killing sea lions that eat endangered wild salmon bottled up at Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River.
Judge: Sea Lion Killings To Save Salmon Can Resume Oregon state authorities can resume killing California sea lions that feast on endangered salmon bottled up at a dam on the Columbia River, but fewer than one-third as many as federal biologists previously had authorized, a judge ruled Thursday.
FBI Says Retaliation Attacks Possible in US An FBI spokeswoman in Seattle says there's no specific target or credible information about an imminent attack. In Afghanistan, there are activist demonstrations against the US since a soldier at Joint Base Lewis-McChord has been accused of shooting and killing 16 Afghan civilians.
West Seattle Family Coping With Crisis