Sixty-one Tacoma teachers called in sick Wednesday to send a message about concerns over in-person learning, but that number is only 15-20 more than usual and the district is moving forward with its plan to bring all kids back to the classroom.
Seattle Fire Department crews have evacuated buildings in the 2700 block of E. Cherry Street downtown due to a natural gas leak that has ignited.
Top Seattle prospect Jarred Kelenic and his agent believe the 21-year-old outfielder has been kept off the Mariners’ major league roster because of his refusal to accept a long-term contract offer from the franchise.
Wildlife officials have extended their recommendation to leave your bird feeders down through April instead of February. And if you do leave your bird feeders up, they ask that you take extra steps to clean and sanitize them daily.
A pedestrian died after being hit by a car Wednesday morning in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Teachers are calling in sick en masse to highlight their concerns about returning to in-person learning.
The telecom industry asked a federal judge to keep blocking the law. On Tuesday, U.S. District Court Judge John A. Mendez denied their request, allowing California to begin enforcing the law.
The city of Edmonds lost another legal battle this week in its effort to enforce a statute telling residents how to store their guns.
Pioneer George Bush led families to the Pacific Northwest and intended to settle in Oregon, but Black exclusionary laws barred him from living there. The group instead settled in what is now Tumwater.
Deputies discovered the tiger after receiving a call concerning a “tiger in the cold.”
Black Coffee Northwest is a Black-owned business in Shoreline that’s grounded in helping the community - even after facing multiple racist attacks.
Three men were arrested in Seattle for possessing over 140 grams of narcotics and a loaded firearm.
In less than one month, there have been two separate incidents of children getting their hands on guns in Western Washington.
Walking one block in downtown Seattle may be simple enough for many, but not for one local resident, who is wheelchair dependant.
This week over 375 inches of snow were measured in Snoqualmie Pass, surpassing the ten-year average, according to the Washington State Department of Transportation.
Authorities are investigating a shooting that led to a large police presence Tuesday afternoon in the Central District.
The US-Canadian border between Washington state and British Columbia will soon have been economically shuttered for an entire year.
A video first obtained by TMZ Sports shows the moments prior to the single-car wreck involving golf superstar Tiger Woods.
The Washington state Senate on Tuesday approved a measure requiring police to intervene if they see a fellow officer using excessive force — one of several measures in the Legislature prompted by the Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd and ensuing Black Lives Matter protests last year.
The use of Native American names, symbols and images would be banned from being used as school mascots, logos and team names at most public schools in Washington under a bill passed Tuesday by the state House of Representatives.