Seattle City Attorney Peter S. Holmes is calling on dozens of residents ticketed for public marijuana use to fight the “improper” tickets issued by a single police officer who reportedly flipped a coin to decide whether or not to write citations in addition to handwriting taunts to Holmes on the tickets themselves.
Police dashboard cameras can’t be withheld from public disclosure unless they relate to pending litigation, a divided state Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
Seattle police are suing the city and U.S. Justice Department to challenge new “use of force” restrictions that they say are “unconstitutional” and endanger their lives.
Students at a high school in Oregon City sparked controversy after wearing “Gay Is Not Ok” shirts in protest of the National Day of Silence, an event intended to bring attention to bullying against the LGBT community in schools.
A news helicopter for KOMO-TV has crashed outside its station near the Seattle Space Needle.
A 17-year-old high school student has pled not guilty to charges alleging he murdered a Seattle man for his cellphone that authorities say he later expressed “disappointment that it was not a nicer model.”
Washington State investigators allege that a man treating pain and cancer was actually a fraud – and that several patients died under his unlicensed care.
A heating repairman had good news and bad news for Washington state homeowner Velma Kellen.