Dick's Drive-In announced Wednesday that it will increase its starting minimum wage to $19 per hour at all locations.
Workers with the Washington State Department of Agriculture and state Department of Natural Resources have eradicated another Asian giant hornet nest just east of Blaine.
A Native American woman from northwestern Washington state went missing while on vacation in Las Vegas earlier this month and her family is seeking information.
Washington State Ferries and the State Patrol are teaming up for new line-cutting patrols. Violators face a $139 fine.
A Bellingham man accused of shooting and killing a 27-year-old man in a tent encampment behind Walmart earlier this month has pleaded not guilty to murder.
A man was fatally shot Thursday morning in Tacoma, investigators said.
Seattle police are investigating a random attack that happened in broad day light and sent an 80-year-old man to the hospital.
Gov. Jay Inslee made a plea to the federal government on Friday, requesting additional medical personnel to help overwhelmed hospitals in Washington.
Seattle Police are investigating a random attack that happened in broad day light and sent an 80-year-old man to the hospital over the weekend.
The Powerball drawing had a jackpot of $490 million on Wednesday night.
Police are investigating a fatal hit-and-run in Federal Way.
Tacoma Police say it's the 21st homicide in the city this year. Neighbors reported hearing gunshots early Wednesday morning, and now they are trying to piece together what happened.
COVID-19 isn’t the only virus vexing health leaders-- the upcoming flu season is causing concern.
For the first time in nearly six decades, Ray's Drive-In is closed almost as many days as they are open.
King County and several unions have reached an agreement regarding a vaccine mandate for all county employees.
Burien Police detectives seized 41,530 fentanyl-laced tablets in an arrest Tuesday.
Tacoma Police are offering up to $1,000 for information on suspects of an armed robbery from early September.
A man has died as a result of an accident at a construction site at the new Washington State Convention Center, police confirm to Q13 News.
If you've had to look for a job the last 18 months, you know things can be tough out there. And while the job numbers are up in this state, some business owners say they just can't find enough people to work, and now it's hurting their bottom lines.
As kids head back to school and more people head back to the office, it's not just COVID concerns that are keeping doctors up at night. Some fear the flu season could make COVID cases even worse.