Poll of Seattle Residents Finds Fewer Disapprove of PoliceThe approval rating has increased since it began making reforms with the U.S. Justice Department under a settlement.
Seattle Morning Show Host Goes On SPD Ride Along"I know being a cop can’t be easy," said KZOK's Sarah of the Danny Bonaduce and Sarah Morning Show. "So I wanted to get a better understanding of how it is for them on any given day."
Police ID Man Fatally Shot by Officer Near Homeless CampPolice have not released any new information about the shooting including the identity of the female officer who opened fire.
Baldwin On Police: "We're really just trying to find solutions"Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin says progress is being made in talks with police.
Protesters Fight Seattle City Council Proposed Police PrecinctThe Seattle City Council meeting was interrupted by protesters trying to join a meeting about the proposed $149 million North police precinct.
Police Officer Arrested In Child Porn CaseThe officer, John Little, has been placed on administrative leave.
Local High School Football Player Stops RobberyA 14-year-old Seattle Prep football player is being called a hero after he tackled a suspected shoplifter.
Washington Senate Passes Bill On Police Body CamerasThe Senate on Friday passed a bill that limits broad requests for police body-camera videos while keeping key footage available to the public.
Tacoma Police Fatally Shoot Woman, Search For Her PassengerTacoma police fatally shot a woman and were searching for an armed man who was a passenger in her car
Seattle Police Release Video Of Car Chase, ShootoutSeattle police have released dash-cam videos showing a carjacker speeding the wrong way up a one-way street, firing at a pursuing patrol car and finally spinning out his stolen, wrecked Camaro in a cloud of smoke as officers shot and killed him
Seattle Police: Machete-Wielding Man Threatens GroupSeattle police arrested a man accused of threatening a crowd with a machete after they confronted him for using a women's restroom in a park.
Profanity Against Police Gets First Amendment ProtectionThe Washington Supreme Court threw out the conviction of a juvenile who had yelled at officers while they tried to calm his intoxicated sister