As the weather gets nicer and the water looks more and more inviting, one mom hopes sharing her son’s story will help save lives this year.
Fire crews are working to fully extinguish a brush fire spanning multiple acres in south Pierce County Friday.
A landmark piece of legislation is now law. On Friday, Washington became the first state ever to provide forensic nurses to examine survivors of domestic violence who have been strangled.
The search is on for four suspects who Seattle Police detectives say opened fire last weekend near Judkins Park in the city’s central district, shooting a 2-year-old girl in the face and three men
First responders are warning families that diving into lakes and rivers leave temperatures have taken lives before. Plus, health restrictions also mean some public parks are restricting access to keep social distancing requirements.
King County Sheriff's detectives need your help to find a man accused of rape.
A more infectious variant of COVID-19 is growing at a concerning rate in Washington state. Health officers in King County said the increasing case numbers could do more than just impact the health of the community.
A Thurston County judge ordered anti-tax initiative promoter Tim Eyman to pay nearly $2.9 million back to taxpayers for costs and fees related to a campaign finance lawsuit.
Hundreds of victims. Lives destroyed. Finances left in ruins. And, detectives say one man is responsible.
It’s a bizarre and brazen hit and run case in SeaTac that King County Sheriff's detectives are trying to solve.
Health benefit plans would have to reimburse health care providers a set amount for personal protective equipment for the duration of the coronavirus pandemic under a measure signed Friday by Washington Gov. Jay Inslee.
A man has been charged with first-degree murder for reportedly killing his stepfather near Lake Kapowsin.
Crime Stoppers and the family of Ivan Maik are offering a $10,000 cash reward to help Arlington Police find the SUV and driver that shot and killed the innocent 78-year-old man.
The Washington Legislature is scrambling to respond to a sweeping state Supreme Court ruling that makes possession of small amounts of drugs - from LSD to heroin to cocaine - legal under state law.
A Mount Vernon woman was found guilty of solicitation to commit murder after a jury found she had tried to convince her child to kill his father by adding rat poison to his food and drink.
The Washington State Department of Natural Resources is implementing new, temporary burn restrictions in several regions in the state.
The 15-year-old boy died weighing 65 pounds.
Authorities in Pierce County are investigating a police shooting that sent one person to the hospital Thursday afternoon.
Crews responded to a propane gas leak in the Georgetown neighborhood late Thursday, but has since been secured.
Starting Thursday, more COVID-19 vaccinations are available to more people than ever before in Washington. But Governor Inslee says the threat has not completely waned, warning a fourth wave is a concerning possibility.