One person was killed in a shooting Thursday night in Tacoma.
Before the pandemic, Seattle’s economy was humming. Fast forward, several months into lockdown and health restrictions, the economic downturn has hammered our hotel industry.
One person was killed Thursday night in a shooting in Tacoma.
As the nation sets new records for COVID-19 pandemic deaths and hospitalizations, more businesses are breaking out of step with Governor Jay Inslee's state restrictions. There are more reports of restaurants serving customers inside their dining rooms.
King County Executive Dow Constantine said Thursday that the county is considering a $100 million financing package to help finish the expansion of the Washington State Convention Center.
“My guess is that the pandemic has been hard on a lot of people, both in terms of their resources, their mental health,” a King County prosecutor said. “And so it’s kind of a pressure-cooker situation. You have people that are angry, they’re at home a lot. That anger can be taken out on an animal.”
Two young women are in the hospital fighting for their lives after a car doing donuts smashed into them.
The public is advised to avoid contact with the water at Seattle's Discovery Park, which is near the sewage spill.
Despite COVID-19, a few close calls with frost and record wildfire smoke blanketing the region for weeks, the Washington apple harvest was a success.
Authorities are investigating an accidental shooting in a Federal Way apartment Wednesday night that sent a child to the hospital.
Three people were injured - two of them critically - after they were struck by a "drifting" vehicle during a car meet in Auburn Friday night.
Officials in the city of Renton say having the shelter in the hotel is causing a host of other issues that need to be resolved before something catastrophic happens.
The Tacoma-Pierce County Board of Health openly discussed the county proposal to terminate the agreement between the City of Tacoma and Pierce County for a joint health department.
A defiant restaurant in Lewis County is open for dine-in service.
A lawsuit brought by a Bremerton family says an insurance company violated the Affordable Care Act by failing to cover gender-affirming health care for a transgender teenager.
Pierce Conservation District plans to sell carbon credits to help pay for their work improving our local ecology. Two sites already planted will offset an estimated 4,000 tons of carbon dioxide.
Two people died late Tuesday night after a wrong-way driver crashed into a double dump truck, a semi and a motorcycle on SR-167 in Pacific.
A pickup truck driver crashed into a double dump truck, a semi and a motorcycle on SR 167, killing the pickup driver and the motorcyclist.
A 40-year-old woman was found dead inside a home in Kent early Tuesday morning, according to police.