Seattle Mayor Pitches $55M Tax Measure For Homeless ServicesMurray said in his state of the city address Tuesday that the city needs to double its spending on homelessness.
Swedish CEO Resigns Days After Seattle Times InvestigationThe CEO of Swedish Health Services has resigned from his post, nearly two weeks after a Seattle Times investigation revealed turmoil inside Swedish's neurosurgery institute.
Seattle Vows To Protect Immigrants And RefugeesSeattle Mayor May Sue Trump Over Immigration Information
Duck Boats Face Increasing Calls For ImprovementsIn Seattle, after five college students were killed in a 2015 duck boat collision with a bus, the company pulled half its fleet out of service. In Philadelphia, a duck boat operator suspended its tours indefinitely after three people were killed in two separate crashes. And in Boston, new safety regulations are set to go into effect in April after a duck boat ran over and killed a 28-year-old woman last spring.
Trump Travel Ban Personal For Young LawyerWashington state Solicitor General Noah Purcell has argued before packed courtrooms, but those crowds paled in comparison to the millions who heard him argue against President Donald Trump's travel ban before a federal appeals court.
Bill Advances That Would Exempt Some Info About Wolf AttacksA bill that would exempt from public disclosure information about people who report or respond to wolf attacks has cleared a House committee.
Demonstrators Across US Say 'Not My President'Thousands of demonstrators turned out Monday across the U.S. to challenge Donald Trump in a Presidents Day protest dubbed Not My President's Day.
Washington Marks 75th Anniversary Of Internment OrderWashington state began recognizing Feb. 19 as an annual Day of Remembrance 14 years ago.
Release Denied For 'Dreamer' Detained By Immigration AgentsA federal magistrate on Friday declined to immediately release a man arrested by immigration agents last week despite his participation in a federal program to protect those brought to the U.S. illegally.
Man Sentenced For Fatal Shooting At Seattle UniversityJudge sentences Seattle Pacific University shooter Aaron Ybarra to 112 years in prison
The Latest: Request By 'Dreamer' For Release DeniedThe Latest on the case of a man detained by immigration agents despite his participation in a federal program to protect those brought to the U.S. illegally
Federal Judge Scolds State For Treatment Of Mentally Ill A federal judge has blasted the Washington state agency responsible for providing competency services to mentally ill people in jail, saying the agency doesn't appear to understand that these individuals "have constitutional rights that are being violated."