More than a dozen people were arrested in three different raids, much of the activity occurring in tent communities.
The Washington State Supreme Court has ruled that the state's felony drug possession law is unconstitutional.
A court commissioner granted an emergency order temporarily stopping the City of Seattle from disclosing records that would have identified six Seattle police officers who attended the pro-Trump rally in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6.
According to Seattle Police, the 27-year-old man went to a hotel room expecting to find two children. A SWAT team was waiting inside.
One man was shot and killed by police after officers responded to a person in crisis at the Seattle Waterfront late Tuesday night. Police said the man was armed with a knife when he approached officers.
Community members hold a vigil one week after a woman and a man were shot, killed in Seattle's Central District.
A Seattle Fire employee has been arrested on cyberstalking, identity theft and computer trespass charges for reportedly sending threatening, disturbing emails to Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant from a city email address.
Through an ongoing investigation, the Seattle Police Department has determined that there is no connection between the victims and the suspect a deadly shooting.
The Office of Police Accountability said Friday it is investigating a sixth Seattle Police officer who was in Washington, D.C. on the day of the Capitol Riot.
A federal judge overseeing police reforms in Seattle has warned that efforts to defund the police department could put the city at risk of violating a federal consent decree agreed to eight years ago.
The city of Seattle has been ordered to pay nearly $82,000 to attorneys for Black Lives Matter to cover their fees and costs in pursuing contempt-of-court violations against the Seattle Police Department.
Seattle's police chief announced tighter policy in prosecuting property damage suspects.
At least four Seattle police officers are under investigation for attending the Jan. 6 rally that led to an attack on the U.S. Capitol.
The agency tasked with investigating police misconduct has concluded that a some Seattle police officers violated department policies in repeated clashes with protesters following the death of George Floyd.
Seattle’s interim police chief has fired an officer for making a racist remark about a Black man last year.
The Seattle Police Department has arrested a man they say randomly kicked two women in the head.
The president of Seattle’s rank and file police union says he will not step down, despite growing calls for his resignation after he blamed, in part, the "far-left" and Black Lives Matter activists for the pro-Trump siege on the U.S. Capitol.
Seattle Police Department’s interim chief spoke publicly for the first time on Monday after learning at least two officers were in Washington D.C. when a deadly siege occurred at the U.S. Capitol.
Seattle’s internal police watchdog is investigating tweets by the head of the city’s police officers union that suggested Black Lives Matter and other liberal activists share blame for last week’s violence at the U.S. Capitol.
Seattle’s police chief says two city officers were apparently in Washington, D.C., Wednesday when a violent mob of President Donald Trump’s supporters stormed the nation’s Capitol and that an investigation will be launched to find out whether they committed criminal acts.