A Seattle police sergeant who drove an unmarked SUV onto a sidewalk toward protesters during last summer’s demonstrations violated the department’s policy to preserve life and safety, a police oversight agency said in a report released Friday.
The family of a 19-year-old who was shot and killed in Seattle's CHOP zone last summer has filed a wrongful death suit against the city.
An Auburn man has been arrested for allegedly leaving a harassing voicemail for Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan, police said.
The Washington Legislature has approved two more key police accountability bills — one imposing restrictions on tactics and equipment, and another establishing a statewide standard on use of force.
Mayors, county executives or even the governor would have to give their approval before police could use tear gas to quell riots under a compromise reached Thursday in the Washington Legislature.
Police say a man and a woman were shot in the stomach at a homeless encampment in South Seattle.
The Washington Legislature on Tuesday approved a measure requiring police to intervene if they see a fellow officer using, or attempting to use excessive force.
A Seattle police lieutenant has retired rather than face a recommendation that she be fired after an internal investigation found she directed a city contractor to remove trash from her home and lied about it.
A Seattle firefighter charged with allegedly trying to have sex with children has been arrested again in connection with a 2019 rape of a minor.
Seattle narcotics detectives seized over 400,00 fentanyl pills Tuesday, along with hundreds of other drugs.
A man arrested in South Seattle accused of repeatedly cutting brake lines and slashing tires on dozens of vehicles has been charged with malicious mischief.
Seattle Police are investigating a deadly shooting inside Emerald City Bible Fellowship in Seattle's Rainier Valley neighborhood.
Thirteen people have been arrested after a group marched through downtown Seattle Saturday evening.
Lawmakers are on the cusp of overhauling policing and police accountability in Washington state, acting with unusual urgency to curb bad behavior by officers following last year’s turbulent protests for racial justice.
Seattle's interim police chief issued a dire warning to the City Council as some members weigh more cuts to the department: If you continue chipping away at SPD's budget, officers "will have to say no to requests for service."
Seattle Police Chief Adrian Diaz warns of a staffing crisis as the city council discusses cutting the department's budget again. Q13's Brandi Kruse reports.
The Seattle City Council is weighing more cuts to the police department despite staffing issues and increased call response times.
A couple walking in Seattle's Chinatown-International District were randomly attacked by a man who repeatedly hit them in the face and head with a rock-filled sock.
More than a dozen people were arrested in three different raids, much of the activity occurring in tent communities.
Business owners in Seattle's Pioneer Square say tent communities are to blame for crime and blight.