Five dogs that were found to be severely malnourished were recently rescued from a home by the Federal Way Police Department Animal Services Unit.
Seattle Storm player Breanna Stewart and wife Marta Xargay, a former WNBA player, announced the birth of their daughter, Ruby Mae Stewart Xargay, on Monday.
An organization specializing in salvaging items from historic buildings is holding a show for a recently- discovered time capsule from a Queen Anne church in 1906.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) released hundreds of an endangered frog species into the Columbia National Wildlife Refuge last week.
Seafair is launching a floating concert series starting Aug. 15 on South Lake Union.
An elementary school teacher was the final selected winner of the $250,000 prize from the Washington military vaccine lottery, "A Heroes Thanks."
The Downtown Seattle Association (DSA) launched its new campaign, "Love, SeaTown," inviting Seattle locals to return downtown, post-pandemic.
Mariners baseball staff member, Carson Vitale, set a goal to run 3,650 miles by the end of 2021 and to donate 50 cents for every mile he runs to the United Way of King County.
The King County Fair Fair returns in Enumclaw after taking a year off during the pandemic. There are some health and safety modifications in place, but there will be rides, animals, monster trucks, food, a wine garden and multiple performances.
Twelve dogs found abandoned dogs in Tacoma have finally found their forever home.
After 24 years of searching for their kidnapped son, a Chinese family was reunited with their abducted son.
After meeting Wonder Woman, young Hailey Radtke would tell nurses that she was Wonder Woman too. Her family thinks the superhero motivation helped the little girl successfully battle through chemo.
The Tacoma Point Defiance Zoo and Northwest Trek Wildlife Park are celebrating Pride with special events coming July 10-11.
Imagine taking the time out of your busy day just to show appreciation for someone else. That’s what nearly two dozen people in Snoqualmie did on Thursday.
A group of four Washington moms, three of whom are cancer survivors, have created a non-profit with the mission of helping current cancer patients with emotional support and costs associated with cancer treatments.
The city of Bellevue is taking a stand against hate and bias with its diverse community in a new campaign.
A Portland man has been reunited with his dog after a planned visit to a national park went awry and left him in the hospital and without his canine companion.
A 103-year-old San Francisco Bay Area man recently received his second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine — but that’s not all that’s extraordinary about him.
Residents at a senior living community took a literal swing at COVID-19 when they beat a pinata, in the shape of the coronavirus, after getting vaccinated.
Miriam Bertrand, 72, was the Ochsner Medical Center’s 10,000th successful recovery from COVID-19 and received a jubilant sendoff — which included a jazz band performance.