The crowds of happy people lighting joints under Seattle’s Space Needle early Thursday morning with nary a police officer in sight bespoke the new reality: Marijuana is legal under Washington state law.
Seattle police have arrested a man accused of shooting at the windows of two businesses in the city’s University District. No one was injured Monday.
A preliminary police report suggests an Election Day burglary at the headquarters of the state Democratic Party might be something other than a routine break-in.
Police say officers rescued a hungry and thirsty 2-year-old boy from an east Portland house where a woman’s body was found Wednesday.
Police evacuated a building on the Microsoft campus in Redmond on Friday when a clear liquid was found leaking from a package in the mail.
Police in the south Seattle suburb of Auburn, Wash., say a woman who stopped at a gas station found an explosive device attached to her car.
The suspicious device was spotted by building guards about 2 a.m. Monday. Seattle police closed streets around the Abraham Lincoln Building at Third and Seneca until the device was destroyed around 5 a.m. by the bomb squad.
King County Sheriff’s spokeswoman, Cindi West, says a child accidentally fatally hung himself while using a homemade zip line.
Get your tickets and grab your seats – there are only three regular season home games left before the playoffs! And the Storm has some great celebrations ahead, including honoring local heroes, Fan Appreciation Night, and a chance for you to win a new Fiat!
The family of a man left permanently injured after a King County Sheriff’s deputy shoved him into a wall says the county withheld information on use-of-force concerns about the deputy during a lawsuit.