Police: Man Who Threw May Day Molotov Cocktail ArrestedAuthorities have arrested a man they say threw a Molotov cocktail at police during last year's rowdy May Day gathering in Seattle.
5 Reasons Amazon Is Experimenting With Physical StoresAmazon has been dabbling in physical retail since 2015, during which time it's opened a half-dozen bookstores that double as gadget emporia, a score of campus bookstores that don't sell books and a convenience store without cashiers.
Seattle Breaks Another Rainfall RecordSoggy Seattle has broken another rainfall record.
Feds To Use Fires To Reduce Wildfire RisksTo reduce the risks of wildfires, federal officials this spring are planning to conduct controlled burns on more than 9,000 acres of land in Washington state forests.
Washington Drivers Could Face New Distracted Driving Penalties"I am just thrilled that we have been able to forge a step forward on distracted driving," Inslee said Thursday. "Pain and suffering and tragedy caused by this inattentiveness is very hard to bear."
Urban Planner Cary Moon Enters Seattle Mayoral RaceUrban planner Cary Moon, a founder of the People's Waterfront Coalition and an opponent of the Highway 99 tunnel under downtown Seattle, declared her candidacy Wednesday
Washington Unemployment Rate Drops To 4.7 PercentThe latest numbers released by the Employment Security Department Wednesday show that March's rate dropped from February's rate of 4.9 percent.
Gov. Inslee Signs Theatrical Wrestling Bill Gov. Jay Inslee alongside masked wrestlers signed a bill that creates a license for theatrical wrestling schools.
UW Hires Jody Wynn As Women's Basketball CoachWashington has hired Jody Wynn as the women's basketball coach to replace Mike Neighbors, who guided the team to the Final Four in 2016.
Attorney: Exam Disproves Sex Abuse Claim Against MayorA doctor who examined Mayor Ed Murray Tuesday reports he has no mole or bump on his body as described and there are no signs of a mole being removed.
Chris Petersen Signs Extension Through 2023Washington announced Petersen's extension Tuesday, although the deal was signed late last month. Petersen's deal will pay him $4.125 million in total compensation for the upcoming season and caps out at $5.625 million in the final year. The deal averages out to $4.875 million in total compensation over the next seven years of the contract.
Second Recruit Commits To Missouri, Not WashingtonBlake Harris, a 6-foot-3 point guard from Raleigh, North Carolina, announced Sunday on Twitter that he will play for the Tigers under new coach Cuonzo Martin.