Three Seattle Utility Workers Hurt; Power Cut To Nearly 10,000Utility officials say the crew's equipment caused an electric arc from an underground power line.
Woman Swimming In Community Pool Hit By Falling TreeThe fire department says the accident happened Wednesday afternoon. Firefighters lifted the woman to the pool deck. She was taken by ambulance to a nearby hospital with a possible arm fracture and head injury.
State Patrol: Alcohol, Road Rage Factors In I-5 Crash That Killed WomanA multiple-vehicle crash on Interstate 5 in south Seattle has killed one person and injured several others.
Crane Knocks Highway Sign Onto Bus In Seattle, 8 HurtThe Washington State Patrol says a construction crane hit an overhead traffic sign Tuesday night on the west end of the Highway 520 Bridge across Lake Washington, knocking the sign onto a transit bus.
Harold Scoggins Named New Seattle Fire ChiefSeattle Mayor Ed Murray introduced Glendale, California, Fire Chief Harold Scoggins on Wednesday as the new fire chief in Seattle
Fire At Seattle Westin Hotel Evacuates GuestsThe Seattle Fire Department says a small fire that prompted the temporary evacuation of some guests at the downtown Westin Hotel caused $40,000 worth of damage.
Police Investigating Possible North Seattle Meth LabSeattle police say they're investigating a possible methamphetamine lab in a north Seattle residence.
Last Tunnel Worker Remains In Seattle HospitalOne of the Seattle tunnel workers injured in a fall Thursday remains in a hospital.
Four Workers Injured In SR-99 Tunnel Project AccidentAn elevator shaft collapsed as crews were working at the site where a highway tunnel is being built under downtown Seattle
Man Shot, Wounded In Seattle Parking LotPolice say a man was shot early Wednesday in the parking lot of the Orion motel in north Seattle on Aurora Avenue North.
Woman's Body Recovered From Puget SoundThe Seattle Fire Department says firefighters have recovered the body of a woman from Puget Sound.
Toxic Waste Cleanup Begins Following Fremont FireAcu-Line operates in the basement of the building, working with ferric chloride. Inspectors found five violations last year